Spring 2018 Newsletter

    Spring 2018 MHS newsletterHere is our current newsletter for your enjoyment.

    You can also browse previous issues of the newsletter from the list below.

     

     

    Newsletter Archive

    All editions of the Monbulk Historical Society newsletter are now available online for your convenience without the paper clutter:

    Winter 2023 - Parson Jack's Gully

    Autumn 2023 - Fireworks and the Flemings

    Summer 2022 - Bushfire in Monbulk and Leny Broekhof turns 100

    Spring 2022 - Monbulk’s unsolved murder mystery

    Winter 2022 - Monbulk Murals

    Autumn 2022 - R.W. Graham and Sherbrooke Post Office Part 2

    Summer 2021 - R.W. Graham and Sherbrooke Post Office Part 1

    Spring 2021 - Peter Lane Story

    Winter 2021 - Doug Dickinson Story

    Autumn 2021 - Shingler's Rotunda

    Summer 2020 - The Raspberry Patch - George A'Vard

    Spring 2020 - Fairy Dell

    Winter 2020 - Butterfield Park

    Summer 2019 - The Monbulk Postal Service

    Spring 2019 - When Netball was Basketball - The first 50 years of netball in Monbulk

    Winter 2019 - Lost in Emerald Wilderness

    Autumn 2019 - Kallista Primary School Centenary 1919-2019

    Spring 2018 - Monbulk Football Club / Isaac Simmons and The Patch

    Winter 2018 - The Tram House at Monbulk

    Autumn 2018 - Monbulk RSL

    Summer 2017 - The Plane that crashed into the hillside off Monbulk Road in 1962

    Spring 2017 - Mountain Grand

    Winter 2017 - Ron Boden and Ulster Motors

    Autumn 2017 - David Hill Story

    Summer 2016 - Monbulk Mechanics' Institute Hall

    Spring 2016 - The Bakery at Kallista

    Winter 2016 - Baynes Park

    Autumn 2016 - Cook's Corner Store - Kallista

    Summer 2015 - Kay's Picnic Ground

    Spring 2015 - Anderson's Timber & Hardware

    Winter 2015 - Connell's Cake Shop

    Spring 2014 - Old Monbulk Town

    Winter 2014 - Wellington Cottage

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