Articles & Stories
Our website is available for all to view and learn about our district; however; to be available to post your stories, photos etc on our website, we require you to become a member.
This helps us keep an eye on who is publishing on the website, and so that we can confirm the facts with you and establish what you wish to do. This also, we hope, will keep spamming and hacking etc to a minimum.
Malcolm Hinson of Queensland recently sent us this photo of his grandmother Grace COCK dressed as the Bunyip Queen, the picture is a photo taken
Jenny Mays remembers……….
My great grandfather (William Miller) was a bridge builder when the Koo Wee Rup swamp was being drained. He settled at Iona with his wife
This photo comes courtesy of the Friends of the GRSC. The Gippsland & Regional Studies Collection is located at Federation University Gippsland Campus, Churchill. It
Bunyip Railway History
“The Oakleigh to Bunyip section of the Gippsland railway line was completed on the 8th October, 1877, and the final line, Bunyip to Moe, on
JJ Kavanagh starting the construction of the local pool. 4 June 1962 Sent to us by Mary Mooney
Welcome 19th November 2018 The Bunyip Historical Society is excited to be launching their very first website. We invite you to browse and find