Yandina Historic House Historical Displays

Yandina Historic House Historical Displays

Museum

The Museum is open three days per week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10AM -1PM and other times by arrangement.

The Historic House has all of the well researched papers on the History of Yandina by the late Fred Fink, a foundation member of the Yandina Historical Society.

Current research by member Audienne Blyth and many of her books including the second and updated edition of “Streets & Roads of Yandina & District” are also available.

Bettie Clark's Diary and Early North Arm by Audienne Blyth

Bettie Clark’s Diary and Early North Arm by Audienne Blyth

Streets and Roads of Yandina & District by Audienne Blyth

Streets and Roads of Yandina & District by Audienne Blyth.

Yandina: From Staging Post to Township

This digital story explores the community stories, history and significant events of Yandina. The film was launched as part of the Yandina Street Fair celebrations in August 2018. Yandina was proclaimed in 1870, making it the first gazetted town in the Maroochy district, and one of the oldest towns on the Sunshine Coast.

 

Useful Links

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State Library of Queensland
Cemetery Records for Yandina
Genealogy Noosa and Cooroy
Genealogy Sunshine Coast
‘Koongalba’ Heritage listed house in Yandina
Queensland State Archives
Sunshine Coast Council Heritage Library

Yandina Historic House Museum

Museum open Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10AM -1PM.

Yandina Historic House open daily

Yandina Historic House open daily except Public Holidays.

Fred and Dulcie Fink

Dulcie and Fred Fink.

Aboriginal Sharpening Stone

Aboriginal Sharpening Stone.