The Murrumbidgee River and the Wagga Bathing Beach, in particular, have been used by Wagga residents for all manner of … Continue reading Beach Babies on the ‘Bidgee
The Wagga Wagga Express of 20 August 1859 recounts an amusing incident which occurred at the launch of a punt … Continue reading The Musical Butcher
The 24th & 25th June 2015 will mark the 163rd anniversary of the Great Flood of 1852 which descended upon the … Continue reading Gundagai’s Great Flood
The following animal-themed images were all taken by the photographers of the Wagga Evening News, a short-lived newspaper started up by Frank … Continue reading A Friday afternoon treat….
This weekend the shores of Lake Albert will be crowded with people for the annual Lake to Lagoon Fun Run. … Continue reading Swampy Plain to Lake Albert
In late 2013, the CSU Regional Archives was very fortunate to be contacted by Mr Martin Herring from England, who … Continue reading Photographs from England shed light on station life
Our 2012-2013 Summer Scholars recently presented their final reports to the CSU Regional Archives Advisory Committee and honorary guests. Anna … Continue reading Summer Scholars 2012-2013
In February 1915, the Gundagai Independent published a small article on the large numbers of residents patronising the “bogey” hole … Continue reading The Mixed Bathing Debate