Delve into the past with this captivating short film documenting the restoration of the historic 1930s Bankfoot House shed.
• Learn why an old timber shed is so important to the working-class story of Bankfoot House.
• Before work can begin on the restoration of the old shed, an archaeology team from the University of Queensland take a look at what lays beneath.
• The team share some interesting finds from the archaeological pits at Bankfoot House and what they mean to the story of Bankfoot House.
• A fascinating tale of re-use unveiled.
You’ll find Bankfoot House at 1998 Old Gympie Road. The heritage precinct is open 10am – 3pm Wednesday to Friday and entry is free.
As well as private and group tours of the old house, Bankfoot boasts a brand new virtual reality experience, an interpretive centre, big old fashioned games to get you in the swing of things and stunning grounds to relax in.
Visit the website to discover more.