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Tocal Homestead new app


Tocal Homestead now has a free app which takes you around the stories of the site. You can use it as an audio tour when you visit Tocal, or if you just want to find out more aboutTocal: its Wonnarua heritage, convict buildings, Rolls Royces, it's glory days as a stud and the beginnings of the College, through to the place it is today.

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Back to Back wool challenge Sunday

The International "Back to Back" Wool Challenge is on this Sunday at Tocal Homestead.
 
It's a race to shear the sheep, spin the wool and knit a jumper in under eight hours!
 
9am start, gold coin donation with entertainment and activities all day.  Be sure to bring the family and enjoy a great day out at Tocal Homestead. 

Expressions of Interest - Casual Skills Trainer

Tocal College is a Registered Training Organisation and a leading Australian provider ofspecialised training to rural industries. It consists of the CB Alexander Campus at Paterson, Yanco Campus at the Yanco Agricultural Institute, and offices at Tamworth, Trangie, Wagga Wagga and Gosford.

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Expressions of Interest - Tocal Alumni Officer

alumni-750x350The CB Alexander Foundation is seeking a casual employee to grow and service theTocal Alumni. It is envisaged that employment will be 7 hours per week with some out of hours work associated with occasional vents. The position will be located at Tocal College, Paterson.

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Expressions of interest for Caretaker position

The CB Alexander Foundation holds in trust the historic Tocal property including Tocal Homestead. Activities on the Property and the Homestead include specialised educational and heritage tours, including education and other learning activities about Australia's early history. The Property and the Homestead are also available to the public for weekend visitations and as a function centre for a variety of events including weddings and other special events. Bed and breakfast style accommodation is also available on the site at the historic Barracks.

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