CONTACT - Nannup History

Nannup Historical Society (inc)
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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 & Museum (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.


Headquarters and meeting room
Old Nannup Road Board building
Cnr. Warren Road and Brockman Street
Nannup W.A.

Postal address
Nannup Historical Society & Museum (Inc.)
P.O.Box 184
Nannup , 6275
Western Australia

President: Charles Gilbert
Phone: 9756 1184

Vice President: Sandy Dunnet
Phone: 0488688683

Secretary: Davina Gibb
Phone: 0457 838 408

Treasurer: Dale Spencer
Phone: 0416 214 358
The Nannup Historical Society (inc.) acknowledges the Wardandi and Bibbulmun people as the native title holders of the lands and waters in and around Nannup together with all native title holders throughout the Shire.
We pay respect to the Elders, past, present and emerging, of the Wardandi & Bibbulmun people and extend that respect to all Aboriginal Australians living within the Shire of Nannup.
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