Elizabeth Farm offers education programs for both primary and secondary students.
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As they explore the home of the Macarthur family, which dates from 1793, students learn about the lives of the family and their convict servants and the impact of colonisation on the traditional owners of the Parramatta area.
As students are guided through the property, they discover that the household lived without the benefits of running water, bathrooms, electricity, appliances or paved roads.
This professional development day for primary teachers explores practical ways to teach skills and concepts through role-play.
What was life like for convict servants at the estate of John and Elizabeth Macarthur in 1828?