Lover, fighter, egalitarian, autocrat.
Lachlan Macquarie is credited with shaping Australia’s destiny, transforming the harsh penal colony of New Holland into an agricultural powerhouse and ultimately a functioning society. But was he the man who sowed the seeds of a great nation or a tyrant who destroyed Aboriginal resistance?
Partly drawing on Macquarie’s rich and detailed journals, Macquarie is a lively and engaging portrait by a consummate biographer.
Adults $10, Concession $8
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