Yandina Historic House Historical Displays

Yandina Historic House Historical Displays

Fred and Dulcie Fink

Dulcie and Fred Fink

Fred Fink

Fred Fink’s research into the history of the Sunshine Coast has left a valuable legacy.  He was part of the Committee to form the Yandina and District Historical Society Inc. in 1997.

His work is available for research at Yandina Historic House. His wife Dulcie is our current Patron.

 

The Organ

The organ (see the first photo in the gallery above) was donated to the Yandina Historical Society in 2012 by the Freemasons who purchased it in 1926 when the old Ninderry Mission Church was dismantled.

The church, built in the 1890s, was non-denominational and served the Ninderry community.  Some of the timber from the building was recycled as a shelter shed on Mount Ninderry.

 

E-Books

The following two books are available from Yandina Historic House as well as e-books here.

Useful Links

State Library of Queensland

http://www.slq.qld.gov.au

Cemetery Records for Yandina

http://www.interment.net/data/aus/qld/maroochy/yandina/yandina.htm

Genealogy Noosa and Cooroy

http://www.genealogy-noosa.org.au

Genealogy Sunshine Coast

https://sites.google.com/site/genealogysunshinecoastinc/Home

‘Koongalba’ Heritage listed house in Yandina

http://www.environment.gov.au/resource/our-house-histories-australian-homes-25

Queensland State Archives

http://www.archives.qld.gov.au/

Sunshine Coast Council Library

http://library.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/sitePage.cfm?code=heritage