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kiamalibrary Author Chris Allen will be at Kiama Library TOMORROW at 2.30pm. Come along to hear about Chris' military and... fb.me/7rqFTVREo
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kiamalibrary How the Kiama landscape has changed! Circa 1964 Looking across Kiama towards Surf Beach and Kendalls Beach, from... fb.me/GYRkIovs
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kiamalibrary Let the sweet fresh breezes heal me As they rove around the girth Of our lovely mother planet Of the cool, green... fb.me/8gD1t2yot
06:23AM Jun 20
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kiamalibrary Gerringong's very own best selling author, Chris Allen, is giving an Author Talk @ Kiama Library Saturday 24... fb.me/1LhzsXcoF
02:01AM Jun 17
  • Local History Articles

    • History of Photography

      History of Photography

      Photographic art was introduced to Kiama in the 1860s by travelling photographers who used the wet...

    • Tram to Nowhere

      Tram to Nowhere

      Kiama’s first basalt quarry was at Pike’s Hill on the western fringe of town. The extraction and...

    • Debutante Balls

      Debutante Balls

      Debutante balls were a regular occurrence throughout Australia and were held by the churches and...

    • Gerringong Library History

      Gerringong Library History

      In April 1874 Gerringong Council voted to establish a free library in Gerringong since the one in...

    • Gerringong

      Gerringong

      The official spelling of Gerringong was established in 1857 with the development of a town centre...

    • Shipwrecks off the coast

      Shipwrecks off the coast

       Below is a list of the shipwrecks off the coast of Kiama, Minnamurra and Gerringong. Some of the...

    • Jamberoo

      Jamberoo

      The cedar getters were the first white people in the Jamberoo Valley, coming in as early as 1810,...

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