WHAT WE DO
Society is a not for profit community group made up of local volunteers.
We collect, collate and
celebrate the fascinating history of our glorious
We are hoping to preserve our history for future generations.
A collection of recent community events and projects.
We are a passionate small group of volunteers who are keen to preserve the memories of early residents & commemorate significant historical community events.
Formerly the Cape Naturaliste Society, we are currently involved in a gazetted township plaque, a possible Historical Walktrail & Oral History Recordings.
The history of the town was re-ignited after the enormous interest in "THE GOOD OLD DAYS OF DUNSBOROUGH" 2016.
Our focus is to create awareness by fundraising, holding a raffle and a photographic display at each event.
Our aim is to contribute & restore our past & present history for future generations.
To accomplish our vision we depend on the local community & Dunsborough & Districts Progress Association for support.
The TEAM meet monthly, usually at Caves House,
(18 Yallingup Beach Road, Yallingup, Western Australia, 6282)
to plan, organise & co-ordinate historical activities.
If you would like to be involved please contact:
Dr Errol Seymour - Author of The Boy Who Told Stories & The Dunsborough Historical Society 2019.
Would you like to join the Dunsborough Historical Society?
Do you have a piece of history you would like to share with with us?
Get in touch today!
Contact Margaret Baxter
Last Thursday of each month at Caves House,
18 Yallingup Beach Road,
Yallingup WA 6282.