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Local History

Kingston Local History Website

You'll find a wealth of information on Kingston Local History website. The website has articles, images and resources relating to local history.

Two Acre Art Mural - An Educational Resource

The City of Kingston has created the Two Acre Art Mural - An Educational Resource which is available for schools in the local area from the City of Kingston website.

Access the Two Acre Art Mural - An Educational Resource

Kingston Historical Walking Trails

Take a stroll along one of the City of Kingston's Historical Walking Trails and discover the rich history of Mentone and Mordialloc.

Pocket guides are available for pick up at any Kingston library to accompany you on the walking trails. Each guide includes a nifty trail map, so you don't get lost, and a brief piece of history for each stop.

You can also journey through the Mentone and Mordialloc Historical Walking trails online. Access either our Mentone or Mordialloc trails by clicking on the link below.

Visit Kingston's Historical Walking Trails


Trove is a free search engine created by the National Library of Australia. Containing millions of items including images, newspaper articles, music, videos, diaries, websites maps and biographical material, Trove is an unrivalled repository of Australian material. Whether you are tracing your family history, doing professional research, reading for pleasure, teaching or studying, Trove can help.

Visit the Trove website.

Mordialloc College Alumni Association

The Mordialloc College Alumni Association archives yield images of the City of Kingston, not just Mordialloc College, bringing the community together over many generations of association with the school and district.

Visit the Mordialloc College Alumni Association website.

Museum of Australian Democracy

The Museum of Australian Democracy is in the process of making the entirety of their 'open access' oral histories available on their website. There are interviews relating to the history of Australian parliamentary democracy, activism and the the story of the Old Parliament House building.

To explore this fascinating collection go to http://oralhistories.moadoph.gov.au.

The ANZAC Centenary

The Victorian Government has launched a new website for the upcoming centenary of the beginning of the First World War. The site contains historical images, information about the contribution of communities across Victoria, timelines and resources for students and teachers. You can register your event to commemorate the anniversary and share your stories of how the war impacted on your family.

To find out more go to http://anzaccentenary.vic.gov.au.


History Pin

History Pin is an amazing way to view the past. With over 270,000 stunning images from around the world you can search by your local area, take a virtual tour with digital exhibitions and see famous spaces and places throughout history.

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