Learn about the people and organisations who contribute to the collection, research and preservation of history in our region.
In Person: Open Wednesdays 10am to 3pm at Toronto Heritage Railway Station down the steps or ramp from the Victory Parade bus stop at the Toronto end of the greenway from Fassifern Station.
Set into a cutting in the hill in Toronto Foreshore Park this historic building now archives historic photos and documents, local memorabilia and many stories yet to be told.
Email [email protected]
Phone 0450 502 462
Postal address P.O. Box 239, Toronto, N.S.W. 2283
The Association is committed to protecting the Cultural Precinct of the State Listed Heritage Township of Catherine Hill Bay. The heritage villages played a key role in the development of Australian natural resources in the 19th century, having strong associations with coal mining, organised labour and early maritime industry in NSW.
E: [email protected]
The Lake Macquarie Family History Group (established 1999), administered by volunteers, provides face-to-face and online opportunities for researching, recording and promoting family history in Lake Macquarie and beyond.
A: PO Box 639 Toronto New South Wales 2283 Australia
We are enthusiastic about our rich heritage being recorded and preserved and looking forward to becoming more accessible when the new Library/Museum opens soon.
P: Leah Buchanan 0413245408 or Terri Cameron 0412831361
HELM gathers, preserves and shares stories of our local heritage for the enjoyment of families, community and future generations through newsletters, facebook, website, presentation events, “Stories From The Shoebox” series.
P: Jamie Stevenson 0400 400 911