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Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic 'What would Dr Bean have thought?': Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians.

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on.

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535
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Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic What would Dr Bean have thought?: Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians. 

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on. 

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535

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Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic 'What would Dr Bean have thought?': Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians.

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on.

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535
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Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic What would Dr Bean have thought?: Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians. 

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on. 

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535

1 week ago

Tuggeranong Homestead

Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic 'What would Dr Bean have thought?': Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians.

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on.

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535
... See MoreSee Less

Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic What would Dr Bean have thought?: Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians. 

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on. 

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535

1 week ago

Tuggeranong Homestead

Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic 'What would Dr Bean have thought?': Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians.

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on.

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535
... See MoreSee Less

Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic What would Dr Bean have thought?: Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians. 

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on. 

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535

1 week ago

Tuggeranong Homestead

Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic 'What would Dr Bean have thought?': Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians.

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on.

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535
... See MoreSee Less

Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic What would Dr Bean have thought?: Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians. 

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on. 

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535

1 week ago

Tuggeranong Homestead

Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic 'What would Dr Bean have thought?': Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians.

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on.

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535
... See MoreSee Less

Join distinguished Australian historian, Professor Peter Stanley, as he addresses the topic What would Dr Bean have thought?: Reflections on In Your Hands, Australians. 

In this little book, written just after the Armistice in 1918, Bean, reflecting on the AIF’s 60 000 dead, urged his fellow Australians to create a nation worthy of their sacrifice. He reflected on how Australia might relate to the world and how its people might be educated to help ‘the bright clash of all sorts of varied ideas’. Professor Stanley considers how Bean’s ideas might help us understand our Australia, a century on. 

Dr Michael McKernan (former Deputy Director at the Australian War Memorial) will introduce the event. Entry is $20 which includes Devonshire tea! Bookings essential by Friday 3 June via robhorsfield@bigpond.com or ring 6231 4535

4 weeks ago

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Jess and James’ Wedding, a night of a thousand stars🌟💗💍 - March 2022. To love, laughter, and their happily ever after! Thank you @translucent_photography for capturing these newlyweds special day! #tuggeranonghomestead #sparklers #wedding #love #photography #newleyweds ... See MoreSee Less

Jess and James’ Wedding, a night of a thousand stars🌟💗💍 - March 2022. To love, laughter, and their happily ever after! Thank you @translucent_photography for capturing these newlyweds special day! #tuggeranonghomestead #sparklers #wedding #love #photography #newleywedsImage attachmentImage attachment

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Samantha and Brenton’s Special Day💍💗 - Feb 2020. Thank you @fikrifilms.weddings for capturing the memories made on this day! 📸Lots of laughs, joy and LOVE! Check it out at: youtu.be/fuTCqHjQzGE ... See MoreSee Less

Samantha and Brenton’s Special Day💍💗 - Feb 2020. Thank you @fikrifilms.weddings for capturing the memories made on this day! 📸Lots of laughs, joy and LOVE! Check it out at: https://youtu.be/fuTCqHjQzGE

1 month ago

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“Bursts of gold on lavender melting into saffron. It’s the time of day when the sky looks like it has been spray-painted by a graffiti artist” - Mia Kirshner, perfectly encapsulates the beautiful scenery @tuggeranonghomestead ⛅️💜. ... See MoreSee Less

“Bursts of gold on lavender melting into saffron. It’s the time of day when the sky looks like it has been spray-painted by a graffiti artist” - Mia Kirshner, perfectly encapsulates the beautiful scenery @tuggeranonghomestead ⛅️💜.Image attachment

2 months ago

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2 months ago

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Beautiful wedding, and very intimate wedding ceremony which ended in a great night of celebrating.
Congratulation Jess and James, it was a pleasure to host your big day Tuggeranong Homestead

Stunning photos Translucent Photography
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2 months ago

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3 months ago

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attnd. canberra mobile live streaming | weddings. funerals. events.

For those who are unable to attend and share the special moments, live steaming is the prefect way to join in and feel part of the celebrations. You will hardly notice the videographer blending in with your guests.🎥📸🎞📽The features that matter for a live stream! 🎥

✔️ Crystal clear audio
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✔️ personalized webpage
✔️ HD video streaming
✔️ recording to keep
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attnd. canberra mobile live streaming | weddings. funerals. events.

For those who are unable to attend and share the special moments, live steaming is the prefect way to join in and feel part of the celebrations. You will hardly notice the videographer blending in with your guests.🎥📸🎞📽

3 months ago

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Family, friends and bubbles!🌟🍾Congratulations to Courtney and Allan!💕
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3 months ago

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Thank you everyone for your support! We’ve just been recognised for being in the Top 10 ‘Farm and Country’ wedding venues, in Australia! @australianweddingawards
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Thank you everyone for your support! We’ve just been recognised for being in the Top 10 ‘Farm and Country’ wedding venues, in Australia! @australianweddingawards
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#australianweddingawards #wedding #farm #country #supportlocalbusiness #love

Comment on Facebook Thank you everyone ...

Kevin, how lovely, thank you so much for taking the time to tell us how you enjoyed the Homestead Team hospitability. We are so pleased you had a great time, it was a beautiful wedding and the team here enjoyed all the lovely guests, they were all delightful to our young staff. Thank you again, you can always renew your wedding promises🥳👩‍❤️‍👨😁🥰

Having recently enjoyed Anne and Gerry's hospitability at Amy and Chloe's wedding, I am not the least bit suprised to see Tuggeranong Homestead winning such a prestigious award, and recognition of the unique and incredible setting. Extremely well deserved. I may even think about getting married again, just so I can come back for another does of your hospitality.

Congratulations yet again, well deserved 👏🏻👏🏻

Congrats! Very well deserved ❤

Congratulations! 😄

Congrats guys 💕👏💕👏

Well deserved 👏

Woohoo!!!

Well Done

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3 months ago

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A picture is worth a thousand words but the memories are priceless!📸Throwback to 2020 formalities🎁✨@tuggeranonghomestead #formal #memories #stretchhummer #canberra ... See MoreSee Less

Beautiful Wooden Signage 😍

Photographer: Geoffrey Dunn Photography
Venue: Tuggeranong Homestead
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Beautiful Wooden Signage 😍

Photographer: Geoffrey Dunn Photography
Venue: Tuggeranong Homestead

Sorry I haven’t been posting lately!
I have been doing some of my own wedding items 🙊

Photographer: Geoffrey Dunn Photography
Venue: Tuggeranong Homestead
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Sorry I haven’t been posting lately! 
I have been doing some of my own wedding items 🙊

Photographer: Geoffrey Dunn Photography
Venue: Tuggeranong HomesteadImage attachmentImage attachment
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