Mandurah: Community museum looking for old photos

Transport Minister Gavan Troy and WA Premier Brian Burke open the Mandurah Estuary Bridge in 1986.
Transport Minister Gavan Troy and WA Premier Brian Burke open the Mandurah Estuary Bridge in 1986.

DO you have photographs taken in and around Mandurah that are more than 30 years old?

If you do, Mandurah Community Museum would love to hear from you.

The museum has an extensive range of historical photographs and staff are passionate about preserving Mandurah’s rich history.

They are always keen to add new photographic treasurers and their stories to their collection.

WA Governor Gordon Read and Mandurah Yacht Club Commodore Keith McColm launch the Tall Ships Race.

The museum is looking for photographs of landscapes, buildings, interiors, people at work, groups, sport, recreation and events and would welcome donations from the community and non-residents to help people understand life in Mandurah through the ages.

To donate photographs or for further information, visit Mandurah Community Museum, email museum@mandurah.wa.gov.au or call 9550 3680