Amazing Wolli exhibition at Tempe House open days: April 11 and 12

The Wolli Creek Preservation Society will be present in the St Magdelene Chapel, Brodie Spark Drive, Wolli Creek, at the Discovery Point Heritage weekend on April 11/12 (10am -4pm each day).

 

The Chapel is a very short walk from Wolli Creek station.

 

There will be a display of WCPS’s historical panels, Amazing Wolli (view online at http://www.wollicreek.org.au/wolli_valley/exhibition), and an information table staffed by volunteers. Come along, visit historic Tempe House (1830s) and the adjacent Chapel, and stop by the display and table to say hello and learn more about the Wolli Valley and the activities of the Society.

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