After months of hard work, and several gallons of the interwebs, we are pleased to announce that the HSRCA’s new website is live and fully operational. Please have an explore, enjoy the content and let us know if you run into any problems.
The new site is going to be a much more active, interactive and interesting place to visit, with weekly (or sooner) updates and a growing community of friends getting together on our Facebook page.
And I would love for you to be a part of it! The age of Web 2.0 is all about online platforms for sharing, creating and collaborating, and that is what we are building here. So if you like to write, photograph or film, or just have an interesting story to tell, send me an email at [email protected], head to our Facebook page, or click this link to our contact page and let us know. I will do my best to facilitate your contributions. This is your website!
The site itself will work a little differently to the old site. The homepage, www.hsrca.com or www.hsrca.org.au, will be your main port of call. It will update frequently and will be the primary source of new content, including news items to let you know that content has been added and updated in other parts of the site. In short, it is the place to be.
But it is not the only place to be! We have added a new and greatly expanded photo gallery, which can be found here, a more powerful calendar, this handy results page and all sorts of other useful and entertaining content for you to explore at your leisure.
Some of which will even take you beyond the boundaries of this very website. That’s right, we have staked out our plots in the social hubs of the internet.
Head to our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/HSRCA to receive updates from the website and our other social hubs and, most importantly, mingle with the very friendly and interesting friends of the HSRCA!
If tweeting is your thing, follow our Twitter account at www.twitter.com/HSRCA
Thank you for visiting! We hope you enjoy the new site and look forward to seeing everyone at the Tasman Revival! This site has been bubbling away quietly in the background for a few weeks now, so here are some helpful links to get you up to date:
Here for a gallery of photos taken over the Wakefield Park Historics weekend