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  • Access  Geelong Heritage Centre Archives
  • Purchase  Historical Publications
  • Start  A Family Tree
  • Book  A Group Visit
  • View  Historic images of Geelong

A Treasure from the Collection

New film of early Geelong, 1938-1946, 14 minutes 44 seconds, colour, silent.

Geelong Heritage Centre – Family and Local History

The Geelong Heritage CentreThe Geelong Heritage Centre is Victoria’s largest regional archive. With 1.8km of public and private records, extensively described in catalogues and indexes, you are sure to find the information you need.

Staff and volunteers at the Heritage Centre preserve the collective memories of the Barwon Region’s people and places in the form of paper documents, books, photographs, film, and other artefacts.

Records produced by local government, businesses, clubs, societies, churches and individuals are made accessible for cultural enjoyment, education, family history, writing, publishing and administrative recall.

Coming up
Geelong Heritage Centre Slideshow Geelong Heritage Centre Slideshow
Various dates from 26 February 2014 to 30 June 2014
Norton’s Image Norton’s Image
09 May 2014

Visitor Information

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday, 10:00am-5:00pm

Please note: The Reading Room will be closed:

Good Friday (18 April)
Easter Monday (21 April) and
Anzac Day (25 April 2014).

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Contacting Us...
  • Online  Email us, feedback
  • Phone  03 5272 4970
  • In Person  26 Moorabool Street, Geelong
    (Top Floor, National Wool Museum)
  • Post  PO Box 104, Geelong VIC 3220