Environmental practitioner Mark Sabolch talks about this extraordinary property, owned by Sir Hugh Dixson from 1884 till 1926. Although this part of Dulwich Hill was redeveloped in 1928, the area still has significant heritage value. Learn about the cross municipal wrangling and William Dixson's considerable donation of cultural wealth.
Join a discussion about how the choices we make when we feed our animal companions affects other animals, the environment and even our own wellbeing. Featuring RSPCA's Bidda Jones, Dr Michelle Shaw and more.
Bringing her personal passion for throwing in a line, historian Anna Clark discusses her book, The Catch: the Story of Fishing in Australia, an examination of the history of fishing, from the first known accounts of Indigenous fishing and early European encounters with Australian waters, to the latest fishing fads.