History of the Horseshoe

On Saturday 9 September, the Friends of Peel Island will host a morning revealing the unique history of this historic place. PHA Qld memberPeter Ludlow will present ‘The History Behind the Horseshoe’, highlighting Peel’s history including pre-European occupation, its use by Europeans and, in 2007, the 2007 gazetting of the Island as a National Park and Conservation Park and the Heritage Listing of the Island’s Lazaret Buildings. Following Peter’s presentation, the Friends of Peel Island Exhibition Room will be open for inspection. Morning tea and a light luncheon are provided, and one guest will walk home with a lucky door prize.

Where: Fort Lytton National Park, South Street, Lytton
When: Saturday 9 September, 9:30am morning tea for 10:30am talk. A light luncheon will be served at the conclusion of the event
Price: $25.00 per person

Further information and payment form available here.