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On Track presents: Place and Memory

Visitor Centre - Tuesday, February 28, 2017

On Track presents: Place and Memory


A Conversation with Robyn Davidson and Raimond Gaita


Maryborough Railway Station


Sunday April 2, 2pm


 


One of Central Victoria’s loveliest and most handsome buildings, Maryborough Railway Station is the superb venue for On Track, a series of lively conversations with writers.


In the elegant Gallery space of the restored Railway Café, this On Track event features two of Australia’s most admired memoir writers and social commentators, Robyn Davidson and Raimond Gaita.


Robyn Davidson is a writer and traveller, the author of Tracks, about her 1700 kilometre solo walk across the desert. Raimond Gaita is a philosopher and author of Romulus, My Father, about his childhood in Central Victoria.


Before and after the conversation, there will be wine and food available, and books will be on sale for author signings.


On Track is presented in collaboration with the Railway Café, Central Goldfields shire and Bendigo Writers Festival on behalf of The Capital, with assistance from Creative Victoria.


Tickets: $12, $10 concession


Available from Gotix www.thecapital.com.au

Box office (03) 5434 6000, in person at The Capital, 50 View Street Bendigo or Central Goldfields Visitor Information Centre, 91 Nolan St, Maryborough.

SPECIAL BUS SERVICE FROM BENDIGO TO MARYBOROUGH AND RETURN

Bendigo Coachlines have generously scheduled a special bus service to take you across to Maryborough for this event.  A coach will depart from The Capital, 50 View Street, Bendigo at 1pm and return you to Bendigo by 5pm. 

Pay direct to driver on the day.

Victorians at Work: Photographs from the State Archives

Joel Chadwick - Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Victorians at Work celebrates the working lives of the people of Victoria. The exhibition provides a snapshot of the diversity of work undertaken by Victorians over the past two centuries: developing Victoria’s natural resources such as farmland and mineral resources; building infrastructure like railways and ports; and providing education, emergency services and other welfare needs.

Drawing on images from various photographic collections at the Public Record Office Victoria, it showcases the work that Victorians have done to contribute to the community and economy of our state.

Exhibition Details:

Venue: Maryborough Resource Centre, Cnr Alma & Nolan Sts, Maryborough VIC 3465

Dates: 20th March - 21st April 2013

Exhibition provided by Public Record Office Victoria.

 


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