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A BIT OF HOMEBUSH

A History of Lower HomeBush Lower Homebush Today Historic  Photos Plans, Maps & Sketches
Written Material about The Village and Schools Appendix of b/w Homebush photos Appendix of Plans Maps & Sketches Link to b/w Homebush photos
Click here to return to the main webpage for the story of Homebush.

Click here to return to the main webpage for the Avoca and District Historical Society Inc.

(These webpages have been converted from a self-contained CD produced originally by Douglas Wegener.)

Lower Homebush State School #2258  in 1998

built in 1887          closed in 1967

Reopened as the Lower Homebush Campus in 1996 for Mount Waverley Secondary College. The old school is all that remains of a once flourishing mining community in the heart of Victoria’s gold mining area known as the the Golden Triangle. Until recently it served as a school camp for Mount Waverley Secondary College but as at 2017 the school no longer uses the building.

  � Douglas Wegener and the Avoca and District Historical Society Inc