Australian Heritage Festival 2018: Voices from the Past Significant Trees of the CBD

Ended — at Hartley Street School

Mrs Standley. Image coutesy of Library of SA PRG1365.1.77A. Photo Jack Laver (1922).

Australian Heritage Festival, Alice Springs 2018

My Culture, My Story – Celebrating the diversity of cultures that have shaped our shared heritage

An event organised by the Australian Government and National Trust

Voices from the Past: Significant Trees of the CBD

2 km walking tour

Wednesday 18 April 2018, 2-3 PM

Venue: Alice Springs CBD (Meet at Hartley Street School)

Candice Appleby from Land for Wildlife will lead a loop tour of the significant trees in the Alice Springs CBD. The tour includes the Date Palm on the corner of Bath Street, two trees in the Mall, Hartley Street School, Town Council Lawns and Gregory Terrace. View the trees and learn why they were registered and the categories in which people can list additional trees.

Event Image: Ida Standley, first teacher appointed to Alice Springs, standing next to a Date Palm on the corner of Bath Street and Wills Terrace. Image courtesy of Library of SA (PRG1365.1.77A). Photo Jack Laver 1922.

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Hartley Street School
39 Hartley Street, Alice Springs NT 0870


Land For Wildlife
Caragh Heenan
0889 555 222