Welcome

“HOT OFF THE PRESS! Iluka now has its very own HERITAGE TRAIL BROCHURE!
Visitors can choose one of three walks around Iluka and learn more about Iluka’s past while getting their exercise too. The brochure is easy to read with a colourful map showing where to find Iluka’s historical sites and some amazing old photos as well.
Brochures can be picked up around town or call into the Iluka Museum on Wednesday, Friday or Saturday mornings”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Iluka History Group’s two publications have been released!  A history book with a difference!

The work is a compilation of historical stories and memoirs which date from as far back as 1875, when Iluka was first settled.
They are printed in the exact words and vernacular used so many years ago. To add character to the book, artists from our local community have created their own colourful personal interpretations of these tales.
These stories are part of our heritage and highlight the unique character of Iluka’s past.
Books are on sale at Iluka Museum or contact Janet: 6646 6673 or Marcia 6646 6012 to order your copy.

Mission Statement

The Iluka History Group Inc. is a volunteer not for profit historical organisation which, through its museum, promotes an understanding and appreciation of the unique history of the Iluka area.  The group collects, preserves, exhibit, interprets and shares that history and heritage with audiences of all ages and interests for their enjoyment, education and enrichment.

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The group is retaining the history of Iluka & surrounds for the younger generation to learn & respect.

Lyn Webster

As a child and into my late teens I would holiday regularly with my family (mum, dad and brother) in this beautiful little village. We would trek all the way from Sydney to be there. Much has changed now but ‘the more things change, the more they stay the same’. I’m glad that this group is retaining the history of this town that still holds such a special place in my heart.

Chris Lancaster