One year ago on 9 May 2011 we launched our blog at www.carnamah.blogspot.com with its first post entitled The Decision to Blog! We're pleased to mark this year old milestone with its 40th post. We're also very excited to reveal that we're one of three societies that made it into …Continue
One of the surprises of the At the Frontier conference in Perth last year was the presence of items within the online collection of Museum Victoria which had a strong connection to Carnamah.
Images of the items and the corresponding story can now be seen on our blog,…Continue
Added by Carnamah Historical Society on February 9, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
We're featured in the latest issue of Inside History magazine!
To find out more take a look at our blog post:
Are you there? A call from Australia!
100 years ago a call was put out for the British to buy a Ready Made Farm and immigrate to Carnamah, Winchester or Coorow. 20 families did, and for almost a decade their lives became entangled in a railway company who…
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We've published photos to our blog showing the work that's been done on our museum extension. It is an exciting time for us as it will triple our exhibition and storage space. It will also provide better conditions for our collection as the extension lacks natural light and is very well insulated.
Take a look at…Continue
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Last night at the 2010 Western Australian Heritage Awards, Museums Australia WA (MAWA) was announced as the joint winner of the Heritage Award for “outstanding contribution to heritage by a community organisation”.…Continue
ABC Radio National is once again inviting Australia’s regional museums to step forward and tell us all why they should be recognised as the finest in the land. Now in its third year, the Regional Museums Award will focus on museums in their roles as local story-tellers and local ambassadors (encouraging tourism and regional development) and on how they look towards survival…Continue
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