An all volunteer society with a small dedicated membership, the Evandale History Society was established in 1991, to preserve the written, photographic and oral history of the greater area of Evandale, and the surrounding areas of Nile, Deddington, Morven and Western Junction.
The Society meets at 10.30 am on the third Thursday of every month at the Evandale Community and Tourism Centre 18 High Street, Evandale, and anyone interested is welcome to attend. Membership subscription for the Society for an individual is $10 per year.
The Society maintains a small museum located in the Community and Tourism Centre. The Museum is open to the public 10 am to 4:30 pm every day of the week. There is no entry charge. A number of History Society publications and other historical publications are available for sale at the Community and Tourism Centre. The Society also maintains a Records and Archives room. Records may be examined by appointment. Research is also undertaken on behalf of the public by our researchers for a nominal fee.
The Society conducts the annual ANZAC Day ceremony in Evandale as well as conducting other events from time to time to celebrate significant historical anniversaries.
For information about joining our Society or accessing our research material, please contact the Secretary, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone and leave a message 03 6391 8128.