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Exhibition - Wandering Through Belmont's Past 

April and May 2019
The history of the City of Belmont has wandered through some fascinating tracks and winding paths. Check out the Hampton's Cheeses, the convict-built roadblocks that made up the Great Eastern Highway. Learn of the Aboriginal tracks that guided community along Belmont's myriad hunting and camping spots. From the eerie Dead Man's Gully to the bubbling waterside trails of the Swan River discover Belmont's stories connecting people and place. 

This special exhibition is part of the 2019 Australian Heritage Festival. 



Wandering Through Belmont History: Walking Tour

DATE: Saturday, 4 May 2019
TIME: 10am and 2pm
COST: $5 for residents, $10 for non-residents
Belmont Museum invites you to explore our City’s Swan River foreshore with award-winning heritage team Two Feet & a Heartbeat. See and hear about the hidden history and Aboriginal heritage of this beautiful walking trail. Discover the story of the Ascot Kilns, the highs and lows of Ascot’s flooding over the years, and the evolution of Adachi Park from pristine farmland to suburban multicultural oasis. These special heritage walk events are held as part of the 2019 Australian Heritage Festival.

Book now as places are limited. To make a booking click here.  

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