• Yankalilla & District Historical Society

    he Society aims to collect, record, preserve and publish any events, photographs and related stories, and any other items of historical interest in the district.

The Yankalilla and District Historical Society Inc. was formed in 1977 and aims to promote community interest in local history, encourage the preservation of historical buildings and sites, and collect and record items of historical interest in the district.

Books on local history are also published by the society including: To Find the Way; Early Settlers in the Yankalilla District; Churches of the Fleurieu Peninsula; Old Normanville; and Old Yankalilla.

General meetings are held at 8pm at the Council Chambers, 1 Charles Street, Yankalilla on the second Monday of the months of February, March, April, September, October, November. The Society goes into recess during the winter months.

Every Wednesday from 10am-12noon members of the Historical Society volunteer to help researchers consult their records at the Yankalilla Community Library. Other times are by appointment.

Yankalilla Community Library
Wednesdays 10am-12noon
or by appointment

John Morgan, Secretary
08 8558 3353
yank.hist.soc@gmail.com
PO Box 421 Yankalilla, SA 5203

Yankalilla & District Historical Society

he Society aims to collect, record, preserve and publish any events, photographs and related stories, and any other items of historical interest in the district.