MORUYA and District Historical Society

The Museum has a rich collection of artefacts which range in date from pre-European settlement to the modern day. The museum also houses an extensive collection of documents, microfilms and photographs....

One of the most striking exhibits in the Moruya Museum’s current exhibition Highlights of the Moruya Museum is this side saddle. Fran Hassall, one of our volunteers,  chose this striking  object to...

Featured Image: A float at the 1967 Mardi Gras Note: This is not a photo of the “wedding”. Moruya “Wedding” – Mardi Gras, January 1967 A “wedding” involving many Moruya personalities...

As part of Remembrance Day 2017, local military enthusiast Gary Traynor led a large  and very successful tour of the concrete bunkers built during World War 2 by the RAAF as...

Come along to the Moruya Museum this Friday evening for the official opening of our exhibition  MORUYA UNDRESSED. See our extensive collection of camisoles, combinations (some crotchless) and corsets. If every...

Take a glimpse into the history of domestic interiors and artefacts of houses in the Eurobodalla. This wonderful exhibition uses the collection from the historical Presbyterian Manse in Moruya, and  MDHS...

 Editor’s note: This article, written by Anne McDougall, provides a family perspective on the events of almost exactly 150 years ago by shining some new light on Tom Connell, one of...

I myself have 12 hats, and each one represents a different personality. Why just be yourself? Margaret Atwood Do you know the difference between a cloche and a toque? What did...

Moruya and District Historical Society is proud to announce the showing of six documentary films detailing the lives of five servicemen and one Nursing Sister from our local region, who served...

Don’t forget to Scan Your Clan – or just your Nan – at Moruya and District Historical Society this Saturday. Simply bring those precious old family photos and a memory stick...