Runnymede House
New Town, Tas

Location:
New Town, Tas
Get directions
Departs from:
1 Lower Domain Road, Hobart at 7.50 am OR out the front of the café in the UTAS building at 157 Elizabeth Street Hobart at 8 am
Departure time:
8am

Runnymede House has a rich collection of maritime artifacts that belonged to Captain Charles Bayley and his family, who made it their home for over 100 years. Named after the Captain’s favourite ship, Runnymede. Luckily they now promote marine conservation. Join our team to help showcase this historical treasure by resurrecting the gardens and givng the outdoor areas some attention. This includes installing/fixing the irrigation, pruning, and weeding.  So join us in an historical conservation project in the heart of Hobart. 

If this project is fully booked but you can make your way to and from the project site, we would love to have you attend.

**We are in the process of building a new website and booking system, if you have any trouble booking on to this project (including fully booked projects) please email our Hobart Office on hobart@cva.org.au or give us a call on (03) 62 311 779 and we will manually register you. We apologise for any inconvenience! **

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6th February 2020
Note: This project is fully booked.
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Fully booked

25th February 2020
Joining this project is free. There is no overnight stay.
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Contact us

For more information, or for help with your booking, please contact the Hobart office on +613 6231 1779 or email hobart@cva.org.au