Memory

Wanderers and Monarchs – Linking Tassie to NYC

A wandering monarch butterfly links naturalists in the Apple Isle with the Big Apple

Don Knowler

Threads of Memory: Nostalgia Tasmania

“What better way to remember a time and place and all the memories held dear?”

Nostalgia Tasmania

Alone in the Storm

“The day turns dark as the heavy cloud sets in. Only moments later the darkness turns a heavenly white. The mountain sings a loud song of sharp winds, and heavy snow.”

Tristan Stuart

Darwin’s Great Tree, Annotated

Understanding the Tree Of Life analogy

Special Arrangement

Mnemosyne: The Storm of Memory

Explore the Memory Palace: Techniques and aids for memory

JD Fox

A Tale of the West Coast

Fifty years back, a young surveyor lost in the bush finds a way to show up two experienced West Coast bushmen

Rusty Bitts

Huts of Mount Wellington

John and Maria Grist recount the history of the hut-building efforts of yesteryear

John and Maria Grist

Judah Solomon and the Building of the Hobart Synagogue

How the generosity of Judah Solomon facilitated the building of the oldest remaining synagogue in Australia

Rotem Erlich

Australia’s Oldest Theatre

The Theatre Royal is the oldest continuously running theatre in the country

Helen Webberley