Wollondilly Historical Societies

Wollondilly Historical Societies

Wollondilly Shire Wollondilly

Image Credit - Picton and District Historical and Family History. Anzac Day Picton 1953.

If you are tracing your family tree or interested in delving further into Wollondilly’s history as well as visiting the Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum you may like to make contact with the following historical societies.


Picton and District Historical and Family History Society Inc 

The Picton and District Historical and Family History Society was formed in 1987 and is run by volunteers.Open Thursdays 9.30am-3.15pm.
e: http://www.pictonheritage.org.au/
Email: pictonheritage@outlook.com

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The Appin Historical Society Inc

The Appin Historical Society is located 55 Appin Road. The society is run by local historians and volunteers. Open Tuesday morning. 

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Naming Wollondilly 

If only a street were able to tell the story of all who had left footprints in it’s memory or the magical and tragic moments that it’s seen. If so, the streets of Wollondilly Shire could certainly write a book. Maybe the very street you’re living or staying on was named after it’s first resident? a philanthropist? or even a famous Australian icon?

In light of uncovering such details, The Wollondilly Shire Council have launched a register to collect the history of each shire street, and invite you to help tell the tale.

The Wollondilly Street Name Register allows you to search all existing road names within the area and uncover the history behind the name.You can also contribute to the Street Register by sharing any facts or missing information.

The register is also a place for you to suggest new road names for future developments  so we can continue to preserve the local history and continue the shire story for future generations to come.

Click below to uncover the history or share your story.