14-Dec-2011 | Shene is located just 30 minutes north of Hobart. This early agricultural and pastoral holding once owned by the grandson of King George 111, will feature as the principal film location for First Fagan, the story of convict Ikey Solomon.The film is a co-production between Wild Fury (Queensland) and Roar Film (Tasmania) and has the support of Screen Tasmania and Screen Queensland. The finished documentary at the Melbourne International Film Festival in 2012.
An iconic property, included on the Register of the National Estate, it is a reflection of early Australian architecture and the colonial era.
Anne & David Kernke, the passionate owners of Shene, recently welcomed guests to a special event “The Macq is back Luncheon” was to celebrate the 200th year anniversary Governor Lachlan Macquarie’s first expedition through Van Diemen’s Land.
The event included a private tour and sumptuous lunch in the theme of the grand colonial era, it could easily be replicated for C &I planners.
For more information on the many possibilities of utilising Shene in your delegate program visit www.shene.com.au.