Welcome to the Coburg Historical Society
Coburg Historical Society is a non-profit community-based organisation dedicated to researching and preserving the history and historic buildings of Coburg, Victoria, Australia.
Phone: 03 9386 3826
Dr Cheryl Griffin
|Treasurer|| Ken McLeod
journal of the Society, is published four times a year. Original
historical articles about Coburg and Pascoe Vale are invited.
Editor: Bronwyn Brown. Also see us on Facebook
|Coburg Historical Society
PO Box 295
Pascoe Vale South, 3044
The Society meets February to November on the third Wednesday in the Coburg Library Meeting Room at 8.00pm. Meeting schedule
Visitors are welcome.
Bluestone Cottage Museum,
82 Bell Street, Coburg 3058
Open for inspection on the first Sunday of the month 2.00-4.30 p.m., January excepted, or by appointment. PLEASE NOTE The next opening of the cottage will be Sunday 12 April 2015 from 2 to 4.30pm and NOT Sunday 5 April (Easter Sunday).
NEW from March 2015: The Bluestone Cottage Museum is now open on Fridays between midday and 2pm, except for Good Friday.
The drawings featured on this site show portions of two of the three buildings which form the Society's museum. For more information on these see The Warders' Cottage.
We regret that owing to the pressure from other activities and the fact that only one or two of our members are in a position to do research we cannot in future assist family historians with their enquiries.
It is suggested that such enquiries be directed to any genealogical society listed in the telephone book which should be able to refer you to a person who does such research for an appropriate fee.