- This event has passed.
Convict Footprints Theatre
October 23, 2016 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
‘Convict Footprints on the Old Great North Road’ tells the stories of the convicts and characters that worked and died building the road.
Written by Steven Hopley and directed by Jerry Retford, the play offers an honest, touching, and at times funny, look into the intriguing history of this world-heritage listed site.
Winners of NSW Central Coast Tourism Awards two years running and HIGHLY COMMENDED in NSW, this is a wonderful way to experience colonial history in
Enjoy this historic play and learn about the convicts who built this road, now part of beautiful Dharug National Park.
- Saturdays 15 October and 22 October 2016, 11am – 2pm and 4pm – 7pm. Sundays 16 October and 23 October 2016, 11am – 2pm.
- Old Great North Road – World Heritage walk, Dharug National Park
- Easy. Suitable for adults and children aged 8 years and over. You’ll be walking up a slight incline for 1km (and return).
- Adult $55 per person. Concession/child (8–18 years) $45. Family (2 adults and 2 children) $150 plus booking fees.
- Meeting point
- Provided on booking.
- Book online or buy tickets over the phone through Central Coast Tourism on (02) 4343 4400.
- Also available on request for groups of 50 or more, phone (02) 4320 4226.