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All the Local Histories on these pages have been submitted by IFHAA members. If you wish to use these histories for any thing other than personal use you are required to get permission from the member that submitted it.

If you would like a Local History published on this site please send it in either .txt or .htm format to the Local Histories Page Maintainer. Histories should be of a maximum size of between approximately 2000 to 3000 words. Longer articles will  be considered but not necessarily published in full. The IFHAA retains full editorial rights.


Adelong, NSW Gold mining town in the foothills of the Monaro
Albury, NSW Situated on the border between NSW and Victoria - once a Port for Steamer trade on the Murray River
Gerringong, NSW Situated on the NSW South Coast the recorded history of Gerringong starts with the areas first land grants in 1825.
Holbrook, NSW formerly known as Germantown - The name was changed during World War One
Milton Ulladulla, NSW Situated on the New South Wales south coast Milton\Ulladulla is a popular holiday destination
Picton, NSW First explored in 1798 Picton has a long European history, being one of Australia's earliest settlements
Woy Woy, NSW  

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Last modified: March 20, 2006