Manning Valley Digital Archive
You may recognise some of the streets but maybe not the buildings. Discover how our towns have changed over the years.
The natural beauty of the Manning has long been attacting visitors to the area. Have a look at some tourist promotion from the past.
On Monday the 13th October 1950, a public meeting was convened by the Mayor Ald. W Sneddon, was held in the Municipal Council Chambers to discuss the holding of more frequent regattas and acquaitc events to make greater use of the river and its recreational possibilities.
A committee was formed and ...it was moved that the body be named …
Sport has always played an important role in the life of the Manning community. Maybe you recognise some of these faces or remember their triumphs and defeats.
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We will be adding more to this collection in the coming months.
The Memorial Clock was erected in 1925 to hounour those from the Manning district who had enlisted in the First World War. The completed memorial was unveiled on 6 June 1925.
Originaly at the intersection of Victoria and Manning Streets, it was moved to its present location in 1966, to improve the traffic flow on the Pacific Highway …
Manning Valley Libraries has an extensive archive of historical documents and images within the library's local studies collection.
Images of locations, individuals and events which have shaped our community will be showcased through the Manning Valley Digital Archive in a series of themed collections.