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From Waste to Resources: SWACO grants help fund waste-diversion programs
Most people know that SWACO operates the Franklin County Sanitary Landfill. However, we're just as committed to keeping waste out of the landfill as we are to managing the waste that goes into it. In fact, we've helped the county reach the point where we...

The government has spent more than $5 million on consultants on the radio network project
A SINGLE, secure radio network for Tasmanian emergency services won't be up and running until 10 years on from the bushfires that sparked urgent calls for a communications upgrade. The state government has revealed Telstra will deliver the network, and...

'Your life is important': $60 million coronavirus support package for mental health
There has been a sharp increase in the number of Victorians presenting to hospital for self-harm in recent weeks, prompting the Victorian government to announce $60 million of mental health funding for people struggling to cope with the coronavirus...

Kayaker dies after going missing while kayaking on the Murrumbidgee River south of Canberra
Key points: The man was reported missing at about 2:00pm on Sunday; The Murrumbidgee River has been running fast and high due to heavy rainfall; The man was pulled unresponsive from the water at about 6:20pm and confirmed dead. ACT police said the...

History Alive: A Journey Through Time

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History Alive: A Journey Through Time - Fort Lytton National Park
10 & 11 June, 2017 - Gates open at 9:30 am & close at 4:00 pm

Visitors to History Alive: A Journey Through Time can participate in Colonial Dance Workshops, Fort Lytton Guided Tours, Historical Discussions and Encampment Activities.

Enjoy Viking Cooking demonstrations, spectacular WWI battle re-enactments, the pageantry of the Medieval Tournament plus the unforgettable Fort Lytton Cannon Firings 3 times each day! Children haven’t been forgotten with daily Costume Competitions, Scavenger Hunt, Kid’s Historical Activity Corner & a wide variety of Encampment Activities and Games! Brisbane’s best kept secret, the iconic Fort Lytton National Park, is the perfect backdrop for such a unique event where more than 500 re-enactors and historians portray and display almost 10,000 years of history. Come and immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and aromas of times gone past at Brisbane’s most unique living history Event, History Alive: A Journey Through Time!

Gates open at 9:30 | Gates close at 4:00pm | Program goes off at 10am daily with a Bang!
Make sure you allow a little extra time if you want to see the 1st Cannon Firing of the day.
Catch a train to Wynnum North Station or Park nearby in our Visitor’s Car Park (TBA)
and enjoy the Free Shuttle Bus Service to Fort Lytton in Vintage Busses!
Save time & money by purchasing discounted Tickets online at www.historyalive.com.au