The Nannup Historical Society & Museum (inc) is located in the rural town of Nannup in the South West of Western Australia.
We are a volunteer organisation dedicated to bringing the areas rich history to life.
Our collection comprises mainly photographs, some 3000 in all, but also includes memorabilia from the past.
Our rooms are open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and we welcome enquiries at any time.
We also offer research on any topic relating to Nannup for a fee. Please contact us for more details.
Over the past 18 months we have been working to make a large section of our collection available online.
We have scanned nearly 3000 photographs and uploaded them to eHive which is a museum online database, specifically developed for this type of application.
Here you can search for people by surname or events or even a specific year. Check out the tags on the right hand side especially the "Unknown" tag and let us know if you know anyone in the photos.
And as of January 2022 you can also view our collection on Trove. Trove is maintained by the National Library of Australia and brings together content from libraries, museums, archives, repositories and other research and collecting organisations, large and small.
Nannup Reconciliation Pathway 2005-2021
Friends of the Blackwood/Goorbalbilyup volunteer
Tucked down alongside the Railway Bridge, is the Nannup Reconciliation Pathway and bush-food garden. The bench-seat, donated by the Men’s Shed, allows a quiet place to rest and perhaps contemplate the underlying symbolism of this place. more....
Membership costs $10 per annum