Please be advised that this meeting has been cancelled due to clash with the June long weekend
Exhibitions & Events
Our new exhibition at Willoughby Museum for the National Trust Heritage Festival, Artistic Voices, will be opened by Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney on Sunday 23 April at 2pm. Curated by Terry Fogarty, it will showcase some 100 individuals who have contributed to the long and rich heritage of artistic endeavours that reflect the cultural diversity of Willoughby City. Their contributions cover a variety of artistic fields, as artists, architects, actors, writers, playwrights, poets, singers, dancers, musicians, photographers, sculptors, puppeteers, film producers or radio or television personalities. The exhibition will tell the stories of these notables through large panels and smaller profiles of their key achievements, backed by artefacts from our museum collection, both in the main exhibition room and elsewhere at the museum. We look forward to your next visit to the museum to take in this extensive exhibition with the assistance of our guides. The museum will be open from 1pm to 4pm on Thursdays and Sundays for this exhibition from 23 April to the end of May and Sunday afternoons thereafter.
Adults $6, concession $5, children $3; family $10.
Contact: 02 9410 3203 or firstname.lastname@example.org
GENERAL MEETINGS 2017
are held at the Willoughby Room, WilloughbyCity Library at The Concourse,
commencing at on the second Saturday of even months
The new site has additional information, but note it is still under construction.
Incinerator following its extensive restoration in March 2011. RF McKillop photo
The Willoughby District Historical Society(WDHS) Inc. was established in February 1974 to encourage the study and
appreciation of the history of the Municipality of Willoughby.
government area (LGA) is located on Sydney's Lower North Shore with the
regional centre of Chatswood at its heart. Details of the Willoughby
LGA (now the City of Willoughby) are provided on the Willoughby History &
mission is to
research and conserve the rich tapestry of Willoughby's past. Our
volunteers maintain local history records, study Willoughby's social,
cultural and industrial history, organise exhibitions and tours so that
others can understand and appreciate the community's past.
Museum is located in the 1913 Federation cottage, Boronia,
located at 58 Johnson Street in Chatswood. It explores the economic,
social and environmental history of Willoughby City through permanent
and temporary exhibitions. Meetings featuring speakers on historical subjects are held at 2.00pm on the
second Saturday of alternate months from February.