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State Library of Queensland is taking its suburban obsession to the streets!
Join Kate Dyson and Denis Peel of the Annerley Stephens History Group Inc for a walking tour as we look to discover some of the unique stories that can be uncovered in the Brisbane suburbs.
Take a stroll through Clifton Hill and its surrounds in Annerley and Tarragindi to discover the unique part of Brisbane history this area played. While Clifton Hill is commonly known as a soldier settlement area established in the 1920s, there is more to this region than meets the eye. Discover its diverse past and its important connections to Brisbane's social and political fabric in this one hour tour.
This event is part of the Home: a suburban obsession exhibition program.
What to bring: Own camera, sturdy walking shoes and water bottle.
Date: Saturday 27 April
Where: Tour will begin at Clifton Hill Peace Park, Cnr of Sarah Street and Eric Crescent, Annerley QLD 4103
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