The Red Cliffs and District Historical Society was established in 1984 to fulfil the important role of preserving and recording the history of Red Cliffs & district. In 1994 the Society was granted permission to use the Court House as a permanent base and this now provides a home for a collection of historical items, photographs, newspaper articles, books, maps and memorabilia.
Open Days are conducted on the first Sunday of each month between 11am – 1pm. Admission is $2 for Adults – Children accompanied by an adult are free.
Private viewings at other times by prior arrangement only. Special arrangements will be made for schools and group visits.
Please contact us to make arrangements or to request more information.
The Red Cliffs & District Historical Society is a repository for the history of the following areas:
Red Cliffs Irrigation Settlement (This includes Red Cliffs East, Nursery Ridge, Cliffside, Sunnycliffs, Stewart and Cardross.)
Karadoc, Iraak, Nangiloc, Colignan, Thurla,Yatpool, Carwarp, Nowingi, Hattah.
We hope you enjoy learning about the history of Red Cliffs and it’s surrounding district. Don’t hesitate to leave comments and give us your 2 bob’s worth! Donations are most welcome, please contact us for details.