Bronze plaques are to be installed near 40 places of historical significance in Hunters Hill. They draw attention to, and briefly explain, 40 of the 464 places in Hunters Hill that are listed in the NSW Environmental Heritage schedule.
The wording was researched by Beverley Sherry (image below) historian, author of the book Hunters Hill: Australia’s Oldest Garden Suburb, and member of the Hunters Hill Trust. This project of the Hunters Hill Historical Society and Hunters Hill Council was sponsored by the Armati family as part of the Council’s sesquicentenary celebrations.
There will be brochure that shows a map of the sites. Everyone is invited to the opening event: 10:00 am on Saturday, 19 November at Hunters Hill Town Hall. This will be followed by a Jacaranda Walk. Enquiries: 9878 9443.
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