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In line with Stage 3 restriction levels announced by the Victorian Government, our building is closed for all activities, especially for Monday and Thursday workday sessions.
Our October Guest Speaker evening is also cancelled.
We thank our members for their patience and understanding.
Members are encouraged to use the online resources available at this website for research, and for news about further developments.
If you are not a member you can join by submitting the online application form which will be processed by our Secretary promptly.
10th October 2020
Members: Please log on using your email address as supplied to the Society. Click the “Log on” link on the right-hand side of this page. If you have forgotten your password, or have not been given one, click the “Log on” link and then the “Forgot password” link.
Your password is case-sensitive. You can change it to something else if you wish.
Non-members: Click here to access the online membership form.
Members downloading information and material from the Members Page must only use it for personal purposes. Members wishing to use or disclose information or material for other purposes (eg. publications) must obtain the written permission of the Society
Log on required
At present the searchable database is only open to members of the Society. If you are a member, please click the “Log on” link on the top right-hand side of this page, enter your email address and password, and then click “Log on”.
Consider becoming a member
Becoming a member is the best way to support the Society. It’s also a way to make new friends, to share a common interest in local history and to learn new skills.
How to join
You can also come to the museum on a Sunday between 2pm and 5pm during February to November and ask for a membership form. This gives you a chance to see what we have to offer before joining. Our exact opening times are mentioned on our main web page.
Society membership gives you free entry to the museum and access to our resources. Members also receive a copy of our bi-monthly newsletter, the Heidelberg Historian (published 6 times a year).
(+61 3) 9455 2130
2 pm to 5 pm on Sundays (February to November)
New members welcome.
Heidelberg Historical Society PO Box 39 Heidelberg VIC 3084 AUSTRALIA
Old Heidelberg Court House Corner of Jika Street and Park Lane Heidelberg Victoria AUSTRALIA
(Next door to Heidelberg Police Station)