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  • Local History Articles

    • Kiama Show

      Kiama Show

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

    • Brief history of Kiama Council

      Brief history of Kiama Council

        DateEvent 27 October 1858 Municipalities Act 1858 passed. 24 November 1858 A meeting on motion of...

    • 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...

    • Sporting History

      Sporting History

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

    • Debutante Balls

      Debutante Balls

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

    • The Great Fire

      The Great Fire

      In the early hours of Sunday morning, 1st October, 1899, a fire broke out that was to be the most...

    • Quarrying in the Kiama District

      Quarrying in the Kiama District

      The basalt rock of the district was initially used for fences and buildings. Notable basalt...

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