Country Style - - A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY -


Cra­dle Moun­tain Film Fest, April 6th–8th Screen­ing the best ad­ven­ture films from Tas­ma­nia and around the world on the doorstep of the Tas­ma­nia wilder­ness. Sig­na­ture events in­clude the Moun­tain Huts Film Trail, a free self-guided trail of short films show­ing in moun­tain huts usu­ally closed to the pub­lic, and Tas­ma­nian pre­mieres. The pro­gram in­cludes out­door screen­ings, fam­ily friendly films, a trail run, film­maker’s work­shops, and much more. For de­tails, down­load a pro­gram from the event’s web­site. 1300 032 384; cradle­moun­tain­film­


His­toric Houses As­so­ci­a­tion of Aus­tralia In­au­gu­ral Con­fer­ence, April 5th–6th The con­fer­ence aims to ad­dress the is­sues and con­cerns of pri­vate own­ers and in­de­pen­dent man­agers of his­toric prop­er­ties, par­tic­u­larly houses, with lec­tures, pan­els, and case stud­ies. Hear from own­ers around the coun­try, and also lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional ex­perts and her­itage spe­cial­ists. Con­ser­va­to­rium of Mu­sic, Syd­ney. (02) 9252 5554; his­tori­c­hous­escon­fer­


Pave the Way to Gu­lar Arts Fes­ti­val, April 5th–8th This event in Gu­largam­bone, lo­cated in cen­tral western NSW, will fea­ture street art and sculp­ture (in­clud­ing a life-size bul­lock wagon team) as well as mar­kets, food and fun for all ages. For up­dates, fol­low @pave_the_ way_­to_gu­lar on In­sta­gram. gu­largam­

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