Our Society acknowledges that Wiradjuri and other First Nations people, for thousands of years before European settlement, occupied and wisely cared for the land that Albury is now part of. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future and value their contributions to our community.

WELCOME TO THE ALBURY & DISTRICT HISTORICAL WEBSITE

DOING HISTORY   DOING HERITAGE
Albury & District Historical Society works to collect, investigate, research, record, preserve, exhibit, facilitate, discuss and publish material relevant to our region’s rich heritage.

Use our website to explore and discover more about our local past.

The Society maintains a program of meetings, research and publications, and cooperates and liaises with other institutions including the AlburyCity LibraryMuseum, and other regional historical societies and museums. A folk museum collection assembled by the Society was formally given to the City of Albury in 2003 and now forms the basis of the “Crossing Place” exhibition at the Albury LibraryMuseum.

A&DHS MEETINGS
For information about upcoming meetings of the Society, please go to the A&DHS Meetings page.

GENERAL & RESEARCH INQUIRIES
For contact details, please go to Contact Us
Note that all documents on our website are fully searchable within the site. Use the magnifier at the top of each page.

MEMBERSHIP
We welcome enthusiastic and energetic new members, but also passive supporters of our Society.
Annual membership fees are due on 1 July each year. Please go to the Memberships page and print the Renewals/Application for Membership form.

DONATIONS
You might like to consider donating to Albury & District Historical Society.
By donating  you will assist in our efforts to research, preserve and record the rich history and heritage of our city and district. For details visit the Donations page.

Click on the logo to visit our YouTube Channel for videos highlighting aspects of our local history and heritage.
Click on the logo left to visit our Facebook page. The page is updated weekly with items of local historical interest.