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kiamalibrary Entries are now being sought for the Local Government Regional NAIDOC Awards! Check out the link below. fb.me/6Z5mX7tEg
01:36AM May 30
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kiamalibrary The little "Kiama" locomotive pulling the Kidfest Express at the Illawarra Light Rail Museum, May 2017. A world... fb.me/11EbLdoH8
06:44AM May 28
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kiamalibrary Today Kiama Library is 'Casual for a Cause'! We are raising money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. fb.me/17u7gNmrr
04:11AM May 26
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kiamalibrary It is now less than TWO WEEKS till the start of our HSC Help program at Kiama Library. If you are, or know, a... fb.me/8icgoDsUe
05:14AM May 25
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06:26AM May 24
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kiamalibrary Today is National Library Technicians' Day - providing the opportunity for library technicians to promote ALIA,... fb.me/5u08P6KeA
02:04AM May 23
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kiamalibrary WWI History OnThisDay: Local soldier William Vidler was born in 1882. He became a POW, and returned to Australia 4 May 1919.
05:00AM May 22
  • Local History Articles

    • Kiama Post Office

      Kiama Post Office

      When the first Post Office opened in Kiama on 1st January 1841 there was no official Post Office...

    • The Kiama Jazz Club

      The Kiama Jazz Club

      When listening to records just wasn’t good enough, a group of friends under the inspiration of...

    • Kiama Court House

      Kiama Court House

      Kiama Court House is a well known building in the Kiama district. The following is the history of...

    • Red cedar

      Red cedar

      Red cedar (Toona ciliata) was known as red gold amongst the first Europeans who ventured into the...

    • Kiama Show

      Kiama Show

      One of the Municipality’s residents remembers having to walk the family show cattle to town from...

    • Sporting History

      Sporting History

      From the very early days of settlement, sport has played an important part in community life in...

    • Jamberoo

      Jamberoo

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

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