Stage 4

Assorted bones including sheep, goat and pig bones
Onsite

Archaeology Underfoot

As they experience historical archaeology first hand, students learn to differentiate between the roles of historian and archaeologist

Student and carer looking at convict bricks on wheelchair tray.  Cayn assisting.
Onsite

Making Connections accessible program

Onsite program at the Hyde Park Barracks for primary and secondary school students with access requirements

Benchtop and cupboards below curtained windows in older style kitchen.
Onsite

Meroogal student tours

Tours are available at Meroogal for students in Stages 4, 5 & 6, exploring aspects of the collection relating to food technologies, textiles technologies and Industrial technologies – timber

Assorted fragments of cloth, bones, teeth, pipes, a rat, shells, rope and a coin found under the floor at Hyde Park Barracks during the Convict period
Virtual Excursion

Solve it using sources

This history skills based virtual excursion program is focused on analysis of source material to understand historical events and peoples

Resource

What does archaeology tell us?

Who were the secret archaeologists living at the Hyde Park Barracks?