Friday, 03 May 2019
12.00noon - 1.00pm
02 6889 1088
"Drovers hold an iconic place in our Australian identity, due to the perseverance needed to transport cattle and sheep hundreds of kilometres through rural and outback areas. But what of the women and children who travelled with them?"
Join author Patsy Kemp as she discusses her book, The Drover's Daughter - a memoir about traveling through the Australian outback as one of seven kids with two adults, six horses, four dogs and 3,000 sheep.
Free event. Bookings preferred.
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