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VISITOR ALERT - LIMITED ACCESS

MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES COSTUME EXHIBITION

The Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition will be displayed throughout the lower floor of the House from 15 July until 4 September.

During the exhibition there will be limited access to the House. There will be no guided tours of the House for schools and the public during this time; however, the William Robinson Gallery and museum displays will remain open.

We apologise for any inconvenience.

Please call 3138 8005 for information.

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National Lamington Day at Old Government House

OGH lamington open day

Come along and celebrate National Lamington Day at the Home of the Lamington - Old Government House.

A number of venues claim to be the birth place of the Lamington - Old Government House in Brisbane, Harlaxton House in Toowoomba and even New Zealand. QUT historian and Old Government House curator Dr Katie McConnel says there is no dispute about it, the Lamington was definitely first concocted at Old Government House by French chef Armand Galland. The Lamington was born of necessity - it was Monsieur Galland's answer to the perennial problem of unexpected visitors coming up the path!

Join us on National Lamington Day for a free tour of the House and afterwards enjoy tea/coffee and a Lamington in the Dining Room.

Tours are now full.

When

Date Thursday 21 July 2011

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June 2011