Welcome to the 'heart' of this website: pages of links to all sorts of things which we have discovered ~ and to which you are welcome to contribute!
If you would like to contribute material or enquire about advertising on this site, you can find our contact form here.
We are compiling an eclectic range of reports, interviews and links, and we will do our best to collect and present them here.
Links for kids
A wide-ranging selection of websites compiled by the German Teachers' Branch of the MLTAQ can be found here.
BLAZE ~ the Taroom Centre newsletter
Stay abreast of the proposal to establish a centre in the heart of LeichhardtLand. Current and archived newsletters here.
The Perth Mint released of a stunning, 2oz silver commemorative Bicentenary coin, with only 2,013 available worldwide. Read more and find out how to order here.
Facebook foto competition
Until January 2014, DAAD Sydney invites you to 'capture the spirit of Leichhardt: find out more here.
Here is a collection of books about, featuring, or including, Ludwig Leichhardt. This list is not exhaustive and will grow over time, with your suggestions. Reviewer comments - if any have been offered - are included as personal opinions only ... read more here.
Harbeck Rare Books in Brisbane has compiled a fascinating catalogue of Leichhardt-related materials. The material contained in this catalogue comes from a collection of books which has been formed over the last forty years. Also included in the diverse range are coins, maps, manuscripts, pamphlets and other items. You can download the 32 page PDF (1.6MB) here.
AustraliaPost and the German Ministry of Finance release a commemorative joint issue on 15 October 2013. For a preview of these special offerings, click here. Click on the 60c stamp image (right) to read the Australia Post media release. To order stamps and to find out about other philately items, please visit the Australia Post website here.
10 things you didn't know about Leichhardt
Okay, you may have known some of these before now, but we have to get a (short) headline from somewhere. What? There's only six things here, you say? Tch-tch, we will have to find some more ... or you can contribute a 'hidden gem' of your own to the list!
News of an event or activity?
We look forward to learning more about what has taken place, and about what is planned to happen. Read more