Immigration Exhibition 1850-2022

“A World of stories from people who, themselves, or their ancestors, left the lands of their birth to live in the Corner Inlet district of Australia will be told in a new exhibition presented by the Foster and District Historical Society Inc.” The Mirror Nov 2022.
This fascinating glimpse into our past and present heritage will open on Sunday 4th December

, 2pm, and be open to the public throughout 2023 subject to opening hours.
The society, once again, has been very fortunate to have received loans of many beautiful family treasures. In addition photographic portraits from our extensive archives have been supplemented by thumbnail sketches and photos of local identities.
We are grateful for funding from the State Government’s Victorian Multicultural Affairs Grants Program.

“Communications Past and Present” and Newsletter Update

Sunday 5th December at 1pm the ‘Communications Past and Present’ Exhibition was formally opened by Reg Williams, in front of a surprisingly good crowd, followed by the thee usual afternoon tea, accompanied by a goodly variety of eats.

A presentation was made to Reg for his contribution to the Museum over many years.

Newsletter Series 2. 7 November 2021

We opened the Museum at weekends and had a few visitors but unfortunately have had to once again CLOSE due to Covid-19 (Omicron)