The Dorothea Mackellar Memorial Society is delighted to invite the community to the much-anticipated 2024 Kurrumbede Homestead Open Day on Saturday, June 8. This special event promises a day filled with heritage, culture, and fun for all ages, set against the picturesque backdrop of Kurrumbede Homestead.

As the president of the Dorothea Mackellar Memorial Society, Pip Murray expressed her excitement about this year’s open day.

“We are thrilled to welcome everyone to the 2024 Kurrumbede Homestead Open Day. It is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our rich heritage and the legacy of Dorothea Mackellar in this beautiful setting,” she said.

Attendees can look forward to a diverse range of activities and attractions throughout the day, including guided tours of the historic Kurrumbede Homestead, interactive displays showcasing the life of Dorothea Mackellar, live music and poetry performances, local arts and crafts stalls, and delicious food offerings highlighting regional flavors.

In addition to the engaging program of events, co-host Whitehaven Coal is proud to support the 2024 Kurrumbede Homestead Open Day as a valued partner. Through their commitment to community engagement and heritage preservation, Whitehaven Coal continues to play a crucial role in promoting the cultural significance of places like Kurrumbede Homestead.

“We are grateful for the ongoing support of Whitehaven Coal, whose partnership allows us to host events like the Kurrumbede Homestead Open Day and share our Australian heritage with the wider community,” Ms Murray said.

The 2024 Kurrumbede Homestead Open Day is a perfect opportunity for families, history enthusiasts, and the local community to come together and experience the charm of this historic site. Whether you are exploring the enchanting gardens, listening to captivating storytelling sessions, or sampling local food and drink, there is something for everyone to enjoy at this year’s event.

Don’t miss out on this exciting day of celebration and exploration at the 2024 Kurrumbede Homestead Open Day this Saturday, June 8, from 10am-3pm and immerse yourself in the heritage and culture that make our community truly unique. Entry is free. Kurrumbede is located about 25km from Gunnedah, off Bluevale Road.

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