The Ovoid Sewer Aqueduct is one of the earliest examples of reinforced concrete construction in Australia. Situated overlooking the aqueduct, this event provides a unique opportunity to get up-close to the historic, heritage-listed structure while listening to a presentation on the history, value and future of the aqueduct as explored through a Deakin University final-year architectural design project by Marjan Oczkowicz. This is followed by a brief Q&A session before moving outside for light refreshments.

Presented by Marjan Oczkowicz and the Geelong and Region Branch National Trust.  This event is supported by Barwon Water Authority.

Event details:

  • Fri 22 Mar, 5.30pm–7pm
  • 18 Kadak Pl, opposite 42 Leather St
  • Booking required, cost $5   Book now

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