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A Few Highlights from SA’s About Time History Festival 2012

 South Australia’s big history event (or should I say history MONTH), officially called the ‘About Time History Festival’ is being held throughout May 2012. From Victorian style funerals, to antique appraisals, even devonshire teas and discovering the meaning behind strained glass windows, and playing curator for a day, it’s all on in May! Continue reading →

‘Start Your Family Tree Week’ is on Again (December 26 – January 1)

Logo - syftw Boxing Day is one of the most popular times of the year for people to research their family history. With this in mind, and Genes Reunited will be taking part in this year’s Start Your Family Tree Week. From Boxing Day 2011 right through to New Year’s Day they will have special offers every day, including free getting started guides, printable charts, discounts and competitions. Continue reading →

WWII Bombing of Darwin 70th Anniversary Tour – February 2012

 On 19 February 1942 war came to Australia. Dubbed the ‘Pearl Harbour’ of Australia, Darwin was subjected to two raids by the Japanese within an hour of each other. Unlock the Past is teaming up with Clean Cruising, our travel/cruise partner, and Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours, to organise a War Comes to Australia: WWII Bombing of Darwin 70th Anniversary Tour in February 2012. Continue reading →