Learn why a French Princess became the Rose and Lily Queen of England in the seventeenth century and how garden making in the British Isles began its remarkable ascendency. These two historians will take you on journeys full of the intrigue and excitement of the Stuart era and how it relates to Carrick Hill and the Hayward's collection.

Venue: Great Hall, Carrick Hill
Time:  Session 1: 10:00am to 12:30pm (inc. morning tea)
            Session 2: 2:00pm to 4:30pm (inc. afternoon tea)
Pre-Paid: $30 per session (Friends of Carrick Hill $25)
Speakers: Archbishop Ian George AO and Carrick Hill Director Richard Heathcote

Bookings: Please phone 8433 1700 or email

Sponsored By: Alfred James, The Friends of Carrick Hill and The Carrick Hill Development Foundation.