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Historical

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Bright & District Historical Society Inc & Museum

Contact: Malcolm Millar Address: PO Box 265, Bright, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5755 1009
The museum is in the historic old Bright Railway Station. The museum also has rolling stock typical of that used on the old Ovens Valley Railway. » More Info

Bright Public Cemetery Trust

Contact: Marilyn Stephens Address: PO Box 78, Bright, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5755 1553
Bright Public Cemetery Trust » More Info

Burke Museum

Contact: The Manager Address: Loch St, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5728 8067
Family History Research Service The Museum is the custodian of a substantial holding of archive material relating to Beechworth and the North East of Victoria. It » More Info

Harrietville Historical Society

Contact: Ian Stapleton Address: C/- Post Office, Harrietville, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5759 2530
Gold was first discovered in Harrietville in 1852 and the area was soon swarming with prospectors seeking the elusive metal. All known methods of gold extraction were used from the humble panning dish to eventually, the largest gold dredge ever to be built » More Info

Harrietville Museum

Contact: Ian Stapleton Address: C/- Post office, HARRIETVILLE, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5759 2530
Harrietville Museum » More Info

Harrietville Public Cemetery Trust

Contact: Doug Humphries Address: 2 Pick & Shovel Rise, Harrietville, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5759 2686
Harrietville Public Cemetery Trust » More Info

Historical Society & Museum

Contact: The Manager Address: 21 High St, Yackandandah, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 02 6027 0627
Yackandandah and District Historical Society Inc own and operate the Yackandandah Museum. The Yackandandah Museum houses a collection of local documents, photographs, objects and information in two historic buildings - the Bank of Victoria (1860) and the Manager's Residence (c1858). » More Info

Kiewa Valley Historical Society Inc

Contact: Helen Howley Address: PO Box 184, Mt Beauty, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5754 4453
Custodians of the Kiewa Valley Historical Society Collection » More Info

Myrtleford & District Historical Society Inc

Contact: John Taylor Address: 29 Elgin St, Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5752 1963
Promoting & preserving local history. Research history of local families, organisations, events and industry. » More Info

Myrtleford Cemetery Trust

Contact: Judith Whitmore Address: 21 Duke Street, Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5751 1458
Myrtleford Cemetery Trust » More Info

Old School Museum

Contact: John Taylor Address: 29 Elgin St, Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5752 1963
The Museum opened as a school in 1870, the school which closed at the end of 1938. Subsequently, it was used to manufacture military uniforms during World war 2, then by the Lands Department and the Shire of Myrtleford as an office and works depot. » More Info

Tawonga Public Cemetery

Contact: Sue Ryder Address: PO Box 208, Mt Beauty, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 03 5754 4267
Tawonga Public Cemetery » More Info

Wandiligong Preservation Society Inc

Contact: Robyn Wood Address: PO Box 170, WANDILIGONG, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 0412 546 521
To encourage public interest and participation in the preservation of historical sites buildings etc. To have crown land areas managed to preserve the unique character of the Wandiligong Valley. » More Info

Wandiligong Public Hall

Contact: The Committee Address: 462 Morses Creek Road, Wandiligong , Victoria, Australia
Phone: 0473 632 029
In 1947 the Hall was sold to the R.S.L. and later in 1971 it was again sold to a local doctor who wanted to demolish the building and construct a dwelling on the site. On hearing this concerned locals banded together to form the Wandiligong Preservation Society, and in 1972 they succeeded in raising » More Info

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