The Healesville and District Historical Society Inc
Founded in 1984
Registered Office: 110 River Street, Healesville, Victoria, 3777.
P.O. Box 1381, Healesville, Victoria, 3777
Telephone: 03 5962 1655
2018/19 OFFICE BEARERS
President: Bryn Jones
Vice President: Kevin Mason
Secretary: Elizabeth Bacon
Treasurer: Janis Oakley
The Society's rooms are located in the Healesville Community Link (at the rear of the Memorial Hall), 110 River Street, Healesville. This is the same building as the library; please ask the library staff for directions once entering the building.
We are open to the public from 1.30pm to 4.00pm every Monday and Friday. We are also open from 9.30am to 11.30am on Saturdays. We are closed on public holidays and all Code Red days.
Meetings and outings are held on a regular basis; please see the Upcoming Events page for details. Meetings are held in the Healesville Community Link Meeting Room. All meetings and outings are however cancelled on Code Red days.
All volunteers interested in the fantastic history of our town and district are always welcome, as are contributions of historic material. If you are considering volunteering please check out our Volunteering page.
Our Facebook page also contains photos and more information.
The Society is not for profit. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.
We are all volunteers and we get a big buzz from history. Any extra help you might be able to provide will be extremely valuable to the preservation of Healesville's history for the enjoyment and knowledge of future generations. No special skills are required. Whether you are 15 or 105 years old, all you need is an interest in the absolutely amazing history of Healesville and District, a smile and a willingness to help out and make a difference.
We would love you to join us.
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
The purpose of the Healesville and District Historical Society Inc is to encourage and facilitate the study of the history of Healesville and district. To this end, the Society shall acquire, research, conserve, interpret and exhibit material which illustrates this history.
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