PHA Qld member Peter Ludlow be presenting to the newly formed Redlands branch of the National Trust an updated presentation of his recent work The History Behind the Horseshoe – 2019. Peter will highlight Peel Island’s history including pre-European occupation, its use by Europeans as a quarantine station, inebriate home, and lazaret (leprosarium), and in 2007, the Island’s gazettal as a National Park and Conservation Park and the lazaret buildings as a Heritage Site. He will also look at Peel’s future when the island will be placed under the full control of the Quandamooka People, under whose guidance a new era of tourism and cultural exchange holds great promise.
When: Tuesday 5th February, commencing at 5 pm.
Where: Cleveland Room, Grand View Hotel, 49 North Street, Cleveland QLD 4163, Australia.
Admission is free for everyone (you do not have to be a member of the National Trust). Please advise Peter by email <firstname.lastname@example.org> with your name and the number of people you will be bringing along.