The Toowong and District Historical Society Inc. researches, collects and records the history of the suburbs of Toowong, Milton and Auchenflower, and also part of Mt Coot-tha. These suburbs were formerly administered by the former Shire of Toowong, which was created on 20 May 1880.
Our Society would also like to acknowledge the local indigenous people who lived in this area before white settlement and provided our suburb with its name.
If you have anything to share about these areas (e.g. photos, stories, family histories), we would love to hear from you.
When we meet ;
The Toowong and District Historical Society Inc. meets monthly on the fourth Friday of the month from January to November.
Monthly meetings feature a guest speaker on topics of historical interest and have included family histories, guest speakers from various historical institutions, book talks by published historians, biographies, the history of other areas, local community organisations, schools and churches, and a wide variety of other topics.
Everyone is welcome to stay and enjoy the morning tea which follows the presentation.
A Members’ Meet and Greet is held three times a year. Members and guests are invited to provide short presentations upon a chosen theme including aspects of their personal family history, local area reminiscences, or other aspects of historical interest.
Join us at our Members’ Monthly Meeting
Where : Toowong Library, top floor, Toowong Village.
When: Fourth Friday of the month (except December) from 9.30 a.m.-12 noon
Please stay and join us afterwards for morning tea.
For inquiries, RSVP and apologies please contact the TDHS secretary:
Telephone or leave a message: Mob: 0401 180 092 or Email: email@example.com
Please note that Toowong Village management has introduced Village Parking Arrangements where, after free period, conditions apply where parking cost would be incurred. If you plan to attend our meeting you may like to consider the hyper-linked information or alternative transport options.
Our Next Meeting
Friday, 26th October 2018
Under the Lino by Caylie Jeffery
By the end of 2017 the Brisbane community successfully crowdfunded enough money for Caylie to publish a book about the story behind these finds, and about the family that the items and money belonged to.
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