Exhibitions

Previous exhibitions...

The Power of Water

The Story of Kewita

The Road to the Prom

The Road to the Prom

We are presenting “The Road to the Prom”; our long-running exhibition that examines the opening up of Yanakie Run for soldier settlements and subsequently rural settlement during the 50s and 60s. Also on view are many photos and information displays on the Prom from those decades.

South Gippsland at war 1914-1918

South Gippsland at war 1914-1918

ANZAC CENTENARY 2014-2018 Sharing Victoria’s Stories & Making Connections Foster & District Historical Society Inc presented South Gippsland at war 1914-1918 from 28 March 2015 to 31 January 2016. This exhibition was opened by the Hon Ted Baillieu.

FAMDA – 60 Years of Foster Theatre

FAMDA – 60 Years of Foster Theatre

The Official Opening of the current exhibition at the Foster & District Historical Society Inc Museum in the old Post Office was at 5pm, 4th November 2013. Edwin Coad, FAMDA President gave an entertaining speech, ably supported by Mohya Davies, Councillor, and Dick Straw, Life Member, who formally declared the exhibition open. Jennifer Jones, President…

Cornerstone of the Nation

Cornerstone of the Nation

  We were proud to be associated with these two exhibitions. One, “Cornerstone of the Nation”, Wilsons Promontory’s role during World War ll at the Museum. Called the ‘cornerstone of the continent’ by George Bass when he discovered the area in 1798, this exhibition highlighted the importance of Wilsons Promontory within the nation’s security during W.W.ll and its role in…

Debt of Honour – Bruce Butler

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IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE STOCKYARD GALLERY AN EXHIBITION WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 19 FEB 2013 TO 21 MARCH 2013. The exhibition is a small part of Bruce Butler’s major exhibition “A Debt of Honour” housed in Perth. We have been honoured on account of providing photographs and information. The photographs reflect the debt owed by…

No More than Five Miles

No More than Five Miles

No More Than Five Miles: School Days in Prom Country told the story of the many one-teacher schools scattered throughout our district in the days when it was declared that no child should have to travel ‘more than five miles’ to receive an education. L-R: Cr Warren Raabe, Mayor of South Gippsland Shire, Jennifer Jones, President of…