Mundaring and Hills Historical Society (Inc.)
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The Mundaring and Hills Historical Society (Inc.) was formed in 1989 to involve the people of the Shire of Mundaring in the acquisition, preservation, documentation and interpretation of the history and culture of the region. With offices in the Station Master's House in Mundaring, the Society has an extensive library containing an array of research material, as well as a collection of photographs and objects from the area.
The Society has two part-time staff, funded by the Shire of Mundaring, as well as a small number of very enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers. The Society also runs the Mundaring District Museum, located in the Old Mundaring School House on Great Eastern Highway.
Please visit our offices during opening hours, or phone or email us, if you want to know more about the Society's activities, or would like information about the history of the Shire of Mundaring.
Request for old film footage
Current Museum Exhibition
The guest speaker for the next Hovea Residents & Ratepayers Assn meeting is Rob Borsje of the M&HHS. Rob will speak on the history of Parkerville & Stoneville, the subject of the book he wrote in 2017. The date is 7.30 pm on the 5th June (Wed) at the Parkerville Oval Pavilion, Seaborne St, Parkerville.
Our NEW Constitution/Model Rules were ratified at our Special General Meeting, held on 16th March 2019. The Constitution is here [pdf] and is also available under 'Our Society' menu
This website is now mobile-friendly but 'Resources' items are only available in landscape as the large viewing size of these items generally does not render well for smartphone users, but you can, of course, open in landscape and switch to portrait, if you please.
Take a heritage walk around the Mundaring Town Centre! Click here, take another around the old centre of Parkerville here, and there's now a Darlington walk here. All these are also available under 'Resources'>'Heritage Walks'
There is now a new Search facility on the Home page and on the html tables, accessible under 'Resources'. The html table 'search' facility offers a quicker and faster way to search the tables.
Photographs from the Sundowner held on Weds, March 27 are here