The Tasman Map - The Biography of a Map (COSHA)

City of Sydney Historical Association Event. The Tasman Map. Speaker: Ian Burnet

Rum: A Distilled History Of Colonial Australia (COSHA)

City of Sydney Historical Association Event. Rum: A Distilled History Of Colonial Australia. Speaker: Matt Murphy.

Look Up Sydney: from the Ground Up with Margaret Betteridge (COSHA)

City of Sydney Historical Association Event. Look Up Sydney: from the Ground Up, Speaker: Margaret Betteridge.

The Mighty Sunderland Flying Boat by Denis Smith (COSHA)

City of Sydney Historical Association event. Speaker Denis Smith on the mighty Sunderland Flying Boat - in War and Peace.

Riches to Rags and Riches Again – the Story of Surry Hills (COSHA)

Join speaker Dick Whitaker for City of Sydney Historical Association to follow the journey of Surry Hills from desirable address, to inner city slum and to back on the the rich-listers agendas.

AGM & The Convict Valley (COSHA)

City of Sydney Historical Association AGM and talk from guest speaker Mark Dunn writer of The Convict Valley.

Heritage Houses of Parramatta River **POSTPONED**

Join Angela Pippen for City of Sydney Historical Society to learn about the historic houses of Parramatta River.

Elizabeth & Elizabeth (COSHA)

Join City of Sydney Historical Society for hear best- selling author and journalist, Sue Williams, tell the story of histroical women Elizabeth Macarthur and Elizabeth Macquarie.
Girt Nation book cover

Girt Nation by David Hunt (COSHA)

David Hunt tramples the tall poppies of the past in charting Australia's transformation from aspiration to nation in "Girt Nation" the third book from his "Girt" series.

Tall Tales: Stories from COSHA Members

Join City of Sydney Historical Association for a trio of tales from their members.
Cato Street Conspiracy

The Cato Street Conspiracy : The Australian Connection (COSHA)

For COSHA, Kieran Hannan tells the story of little known attempt by a group of London radicals to overthrow the British government and change Britain into a people's republic and 'free' Ireland. 

In Her Own Image: Greek-Australian Women (COSHA)

Leonard Janiszewski & Effy Alexakis present an engaging talk on Greek-Australian Women for City Of Sydney Historical Association.

Sydney's Public Sculptures: Gods & Goddesses (COSHA)

Robijn Alexanda will discuss our enduring fascination with the gods and goddesses of Greece and Rome, as reflected in Sydney's public sculptures. At the SMSA for COSHA.
St Mary's Cathedral

William Wilkinson Wardell Talk by Em. Prof. Donald Napper

Join Em. Prof. Donald Napper and the City of Sydney Historical Association for a talk on the fascinating architect William Wilkinson Wardell.
Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge

Bill Phippen: Building of the Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge (COSHA)

Bill Phippen presents recently rediscovered photographs from the completion of the Hawkesbury River Rail Bridge in 1889, for the City of Sydney Historical Association, held at the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

ASCCA 2020 Online Conference – Living Your Best Online Life

In 2020, ASCCA is moving its annual conference online and embracing the theme of ‘Living your best online life’.
Libby Christie / Australian Ballet

Friends in Conversation - Libby Christie (Friends of the Australian Ballet)

We are excited to introduce Friends in Conversation, a series of talks for 2020, our first being with Libby Christie, Executive Director of The Australian Ballet. 
Chinese Australian Historical Society

Lunar New Year Traditions and Memories (CAHS)

Apart from Chinese, the Lunar New Year is celebrated by many other Asian communities. CAHS hosts a panel of speakers from Vietnam, Korea, and Malaysia to talk about the Lunar New Year traditions and customs celebrated by their families and communities, and their memories.