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Annette Davis
An outstanding art collection is the Janet Holmes à Court Collection, on display in the grounds and gallery at Vasse Felix, Margaret River...
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Annette Davis
The Group Settlement Scheme was a government-assisted migration scheme which operated in Western Australia in the early 1920s. Through this...
Portrait of Roz Lipscombe
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Roz Lipscombe
WAnderland shares collections from the length and breadth of the state, but there are some really unexpected discoveries. They are all the...
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Samille Mitchell
Coral Coast collections hold a treasure-trove of artefacts related to the shipwrecks littered along Western Australian shores. Many of the...
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Samille Mitchell
Coral Coast collections offer a wealth of domestic artefacts, providing an intimate insight into family life in a bygone era. Take the case...
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Samille Mitchell
Many of the objects in museum collections are extraordinary – not just for the artefacts themselves but because of the stories they reveal...
Portrait of Roz Lipscombe
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Roz Lipscombe
You’ll need a four-wheel drive to access these collections, so buckle your seatbelts, make sure you have at least 20 litres of water on...
Portrait of Roz Lipscombe
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Roz Lipscombe
Sometimes, collections are so dense (as in – there’s so much stuff!) that it’s easy to miss the detail. That’s why it’s great if you can...
Portrait of Roz Lipscombe
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Roz Lipscombe
As the project team travelled around the state, they encountered many wonderful collections, and perhaps it is invidious to single any out...
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Annette Davis
As you travel through the South West, the names of places and geographical features reflect both the Aboriginal presence and colonial and...