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Avoca Post Office

This building at "Harefield" near St Marys was the cottage built by
Dr Alexander Thomson in the
early 1830s.
It is believed to be the oldest building still standing in the Fingal valley


Cullenswood Anglican Church
built by convict labour in 1834 for
Robert Vincent Legge the original owner of "Cullenswood"

 


Golden Gate Gold Mine at Mathinna.
Towards the Nineteenth Century Mathinna was the third largest town in Tasmania after Hobart and Launceton.

 

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Here you can find contact details for some members of the society.

Membership

New members are always welcome

  • Single $10
  • Family $15

 

 

Meetings

The next meeting of the Society will be held in St Marys on the 19th April 2017 at 12:00 noon


ALL WELCOME!!!

Executive Members:

 

David Brewster, President...............Phone:03 63722796

Henry Biggelaar, Vice-President....................Phone:03 63725464

Lois Hayes, Secretary...............................Phone:03 63445785

Commmittee: Toni Brewster, Pauline Bigelaar


Email: davidbrewster@bordernet.com.au

 

 

 

 

 


The Fingal Probation Station Cells were originally built in the 1840s
They have now been restored and can be seen as you enter the town
from the west

 

You are welcome to view our display of artefacts and photos at the the Cranks & Tinkerers Motor Museum in Main St, St Marys.

St Marys 1903 By David Clement is now online
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