Chris Paton and Thomas MacEntee downunder

Event Information

  • 1 Feb 2014 9:00am - 15 Feb 2014 4:30pm
  • various cities
  • Australia, Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia
Other Information
  • Cost: PRE-BOOKED $39.50 full day, $29.50 half day. ON THE DAY $60 full day, $40 half day

Another Unlock the Past seminar tour with visiting experts


1-15 February 2014brochure


Full day seminars in four cities the 4th Unlock the Past cruise visits plus three other cities before/after the cruise with lead cruise presenters, Chris Paton (Scotland) and Thomas MacEntee (US).

Click on the image at the right to download a PDF brochure

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130 people attended the Brisbane seminar

Each seminar will offer

  • four main presentations by the visiting expert presenters (two from each)
  • other supporting short presentations by local and sponsoring partners
  • demonstration of the amazing Flip-Pal mobile scanner
  • an exhibition - sales and demos from Gould Genealogy & History, Flip-Pal mobile scanner, Unlock the Past, partner/supporting family history societies and libraries and other sponsors
  • special offers and hundreds of dollars worth of prizes at each location 


  • Sat 1 Feb - Brisbane seminar - 9am-4.30pm
    at Broncos Leagues Club, Fulcher Road, Red Hill 
  • Mon 3 Feb - Canberra seminar - 9am-4.30pm
    at the Hellenic Club, Matilda Street, Woden
  • Thu 6 Feb - Melbourne seminar - 10am-5pm
    at the Celtic Club, 316-320 Queen Street, Melbourne 
  • Sat 8 Feb - Adelaide seminar - 10am-4pm
    at North Adelaide Football Club, Function Room, Menzies Crescent, Prospect
  • Tue 11 Feb - Hobart seminar - 9am-3.30pm
    at t
    he Philip Smith Centre, 2 Edward St, Glebe
  • Thu 13 Feb - Sydney seminar - 10am-5pm
    at Parramatta RSL, Corner Macquarie and O’Connell Streets, Parramatta
  • Sat 15 Feb - Perth seminar - 9am-4.30pm
    at the State Library of WA, 25 Francis Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Perth