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 Nannup Historical Society (Inc) 

Discover the fascinating history of Nannup from the early days of farming, to the gazetting of the town in 1890, also the recollections of pioneers and the workers of the timber industry and the building of the railway line.



The Historical Society is currently installing a database  for it's collection of photos and memorabilia.

The Nannup Music Club has recemtly contributed photos and documents to the Historical Society archives.

Requests for research by the Nannup Historial Society can now be arranged online here

To donate photos of the Nannup district please  fill in this form and upload photos directly from your device or computer.  Alternatively contact us by email to arrange a donation of memorabilia or photos at enquiries@nannuphistory.org




Cheryle Brown – President
Email : president@nannuphistory.org

Headquarters and meeting room
Old Nannup Road Board building
Cnr. Warren Road and Brockman Street
Nannup W.A.
Postal address
Nannup Historical Society (Inc.)
P.O.Box 184
Nannup , 6275
Western Australia
The Nannup Historical Society collects, classifies and preserves records relating to the history of Nannup and surrounding districts. The headquarters are open to the public Monday , Wednesday and Friday mornings displaying on a rotating basis some 2,500 photographs from the turn of the twentieth century to current times together with extensive archives covering Nannup district history such as the timber industry, electoral rolls from 1901, World War I and II enlistments, Police station staffing, old telephone and post office directories, burials at Nannup cemetery, family histories, plus memorabilia and artefacts.
Recently released is the Nannup Heritage Trail 56 page A5 self guide book, which is professionally designed to greatly assist people to explore Nannup’s past history as they stroll through town by describing some 51 sites of historical interest together with informative text and fully illustrated with many old photographs from our archives. This new book is now on sale for only $3.00 each and can be purchased from the Nannup Historical Society and other selected outlets in Nannup.
The Nannup Historical Society (Inc.) meets on the second Saturday of each month at 2.00 pm in the headquarters of the old Nannup Road Board building and potential members are always welcome. Donations of old photographs and relevant material are sort after for posterity.

To donate photos and memorabilia of the Nannup district please contact fill in this form and upload direct from your device or computer.  Alternatively contact us by email to arrange a donation at enquiries@nannuphistory.org