Settlement on the site commenced in about 1838. Present-day Mugga Mugga is set on seventeen hectares of grazing land, its centerpiece is a simple cottage built for the head shepherd of Duntroon in the 1870s.
Sat 25 October: 1–3.30pm
Join Dr. Ken Hodgkinson, Honorary Research Fellow with CSIRO Ecosystem Science and
Visiting Fellow with the Australian National University, and Dr. Charles Massy, Visiting Fellow
with Australian National University’s Fenner School of Environment & Society, landscape manager,
and consultant, as they discuss vital grassland management strategies at the heritage site.
Free, RSVP by Thurs 23 Oct, closed-toe shoes and outdoor clothing required, includes refreshments.
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Sat 8 and Sun 9 November: 1.30–4.30pm
Celebrate the birthday of Sylvia Curley OAM on 8 November with a visit to Mugga-Mugga.
Learn about Sylvia Curley’s life as a nurse, business owner and heritage campaigner
who donated her family home as an historical and educational resource to the people of Canberra.
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