A Pictorial History of Bramfield Township

The Elliston History Group presents Bramfield: A pictorial and digital display at the Original Council Chambers. Travel back to the early days of Bramfield, when it was a little-known village striving to supply a touch of civilisation to many. Named in 1849 by Thomas Cooper Horne after his home village of Bramfield in England, it was surveyed in 1876. However, the reliance on cutter crossing the bar at Waterloo Bay resulted in the Port of Elliston progressing instead. Bramfield fought for its existence but lost the battle. Bramfield is home to a small vibrant community, proud of their history.

Bookings required for groups only

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Event Details

Finished

Venue information

  • Partial wheelchair access

Event type

Display/Exhibition

Dates and times

Sat 27 & Sun 28 Apr, 10am-3pm. Every Wed & Fri in May, 10am-2pm. Other times on request

Location

Original Council Chambers, 20 Beach Tce, Elliston

Cost

By donation

Booking

Bookings required for groups only

Contact

Debbie May
8687 9043
notsille [at] bigpond.com

Accessibility information

Visitors must cross a small area of grass to reach the doors.

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