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TMWW is a modern historical society dedicated to collecting, researching and publishing online our understanding of the Torquay district history. We cover the townships of Torquay, Breamlea, Connewarre, Mt. Duneed, …
TMWW specializes in local history relating to Torquay families and property in the area. We have extensive knowledge of the town development from a fishing and rural community to the …
We are happy to help with enquiries for research projects relating to the history of the Torquay district. Search our extensive online research collection or ask us to search our …
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Torquay Museum Without Walls will hold its 2022 Annual General Meeting on Monday, 21 November 2022. Below you can find the Notice of the 2022 Annual General Meeting and associated …
Spring is in the air. As we start another season, TMWW has published another issue of History Matters. There is a great story about the Torquay Improvement Association, formed in …
As historians of our local area, we recognise that we have in the past focussed on the development of our town post the arrival of the first European settlers. Our …
Each year NAIDOC Week is a time to celebrate the history, achievements and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The acronym NAIDOC stems from the National Aborigines and …
The winter edition of History Matters is out now. A great story on how the Torquay Motor Yacht and Angling Club was formed then evolved into separate organisations and the …
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