On Tuesday 28 July 2020, unable to meet in person due to the COVID-19 restrictions in place in Victoria at the time, the Port Melbourne Historical and Preservation Society held its first ever online meeting via Zoom.
The topic, 'I Wish I Had Been There', was conceived by Margaret Bride and resulted in eight PMHPS members each describing an…
The Port Melbourne Historical and Preservation made history on the 28 July 2020 when, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we hosted our first meeting via Zoom.
Eight members spoke on the theme "I Wish I Had Been There ..."
Margaret Bride wishes she had there when Wilbraham Liardet had ridden up and down Bay Street proclaiming the separation of Victoria…
Our guest speaker, Beris Campbell OAM will present The Homeshare story – in Australia and internationally (with particular reference to the connections with the City of Port Phillip and Port Melbourne in particular!)
Community Services Manager for Port Melbourne Council for 21 years, Beris, will speak about her passion of the last 20+ years – the Homeshare Program.
Homeshare programs bring…
The Passages exhibition is on display in the downstairs gallery at the Port Melbourne Town Hall until 11 September, 2017.
Presented by the Society with support from the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund the exhibition looks at Port Melbourne in the 1970s, a decade of great change for the Borough.
A decade when Port Melbourne Council faced its…