Our Volunteers

The Moruya and District Historical Society (MDHS) is an independent, incorporated, non-profit organisation and can only carry out activities with the full support of a strong membership and an enthusiastic group of volunteers. By becoming a member or volunteer you are supporting the preservation of our history for present and future generations.

As a volunteer you have an opportunity to contribute in a variety of ways. These include duty volunteer, researching, conducting tours, documenting information, photography, cleaning, preservation and display of artefacts, development of exhibitions, restoration and social activities.

Above all you will have a lot of fun as you help to preserve and celebrate our history.

To join our Collections Team please complete and submit the form HERE.


The planning group preparing for our latest exhibition
Members and volunteers receive significant discounts for special events
Volunteers attending a workshop on the Australian Dress Register. This workshop was run by curators from the Powerhouse Museum
Volunteers have opportunities to apply for temporary placement and internship with much larger institutions – in this case the Hurstville Museum and Gallery..
Volunteers have the opportunity to use individual knowledge and expertise.In this cad our current Vice President is sorting through, accessioning and preparing to store our large agricultural collection.
Another volunteer using her expertise in photography.