Reginald Andrew Wentworth Watson.  Reg is a full time, professional writer, speaker and historian. He is a journalist with 52 years of published experience. He has many major publications to his credit, most dealing with Tasmanian history, including military. His journalism has seen him contribute over a thousand  articles, dealing with human interest, feature work and news reporting, to numerous newspapers and magazines state-wide, nation-wide and overseas.

From Reg’s Desk

Australia Day 2022
Australia Day has its origins two hundred and thirty four years ago. It was when 1500 souls left England for a perilous journey to an unknown land and future. To arrive at their destination 15,000 miles …
Freedom Rally Hobart November 2021
It was way back in September 2020 when I addressed one of our first gatherings.  Now in November 2021 we are still fighting. Australia is a police state where our freedoms have been taken away.  This …
Andrew Inglis Clarke
Father of Federation and of the Hare Clarke Voting System Clark, an amazing Tasmania, was a Barrister, Parliamentarian, Attorney-General, electoral reformer and Constitutionalist. Clark was indeed a ‘sound’ lawyer.  His refusal to accept anything, but an …
Australia in the year 2021
Australia in the year 2021. A police State. A country where our freedoms have been taken away. This is the new RESET. It is a country where those in charge, Police Commissioners, so-called health experts, advisors …

Upcoming Events

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February2022
Queens Platinum AnniversaryHigh Tea: Sunday 6th February 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Venue:
Hobart Town Tea Rooms
Cost: $25 per person


Enquiries:
Reg Watson, Organiser – reg@regwatson.com

“The study of history allows us to understand our past and guide us going forward.
We have much to loose if we don’t reflect on our history”

Reg Watson

I recognise the incredible contribution that the early settlers and pioneers of Tasmania have made to society.  I acknowledge their sacrifice, their endurance against massive odds and their leadership past, present and into the future. I honour those who went before me, including those soldiers who left our land to lay their life on the line.  I acknowledge them all.