IMPORTANT NOTICE: COVID-19
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and in an attempt to protect our community and members as much as possible, the Historical Society of Mooroopna will remain closed to the public until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience, but please contact us HERE if you have any concerns or questions.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MOOROOPNA
From its inception in 1983, the Historical Society of Mooroopna has been collecting items of historical interest. The Historical Society of Mooroopna exists to establish, maintain and manage a collection of historical items, and to restore, preserve, catalogue and display articles of importance to the history of Mooroopna and its surrounding district.
MOOROOPNA'S CLAIM TO FAME
From Fruit Picking Ladders, through to Blood Transfer Machines. A number of fascinating inventions were born of Mooroopna ingenuity.
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Mooroopna was home - at one time or another - to more than it's fair share of famous or significant people.
For a relatively small regional town, Mooroopna enjoys considerable notoriety and a significant place in history as the birthplace of numerous famous individuals, word firsts, and inventions. Take a virtual stroll through our collection of fascinating people, inventions and innovations - all from humble Mooroopna.
PURCHASE FROM OUR PRINT STORE
We've put together a collection of old photographs from our archives that we're making available to purchase as digital files. The collection will start off relatively small, but we will be adding to it all the time. Take a look, and if you see something you're interested in - feel free to purchase and download. Then it's yours to post online, print and frame, or just keep in your own digital collection. Every purchase supports the Historical Society of Mooroopna, and the continued work we do.
The Mooroopna Hospital stands on the banks of the Goulburn River and it is a monument to the charity of the early pioneers. It was the first institution of its kind in the Goulburn Valley. Originally starting as a small weathered timber hut on the river bank, it eventually grew to meet the needs of the community.