The Spring Edition of History Matters celebrates 100 years since construction began on the iconic Great Ocean Road which stands as the largest war memorial in the world. Read about its construction by World War I returned servicemen and their lives as they built the 243 kilometre road. Read also about electricity arriving into Torquay... Continue Reading →
With cold outdoors it is the right time to read our bumper winter edition of History Matters. Read about oil exploration of Torquay last century. During the Year of the Volunteer, check out some of the wonderful local volunteer work.
We’re excited to announce that with the $2350 funding from our wonderful supporters at Geelong Community Foundation we can begin work on developing our new website. When updated, the site will include changes to navigation, improved structure of our content, so you’ll get more from a quick read as well as easier access to our... Continue Reading →
New issue of "History matters" now at the Torquay Newsagent. Celebrating 50 years of RipCurl in our town and the part some of our locals played.
Margaret Ganly shares her memories of growing up and living in the house built from the 1891 wreck of the Joseph H Scammell.