Our next meeting at 2 pm on Sunday 19 February is

The Liz Ellis Story

Liz is a local identity, best known for her stellar career as an Australian netball player and she will speak about her personal history, how she came to live in Ballina, her experiences from growing up in Sydney’s Western Suburbs to playing netball for Australia. She will also touch on her experience filming an episode of Who Do You Think You Are last year.


Significant Stories and Significant Items from the APHS Collectionfrom Friday 10 February to Friday 31 March

This exhibition will introduce you to some truly amazing historical objects in our archives, identified during the Society’s Significance Assessment Project. Aided by Heritage Consultant Joan Kelly, we now know that some of our collection has State and National heritage significance. The objects are important in their own right. Moreover, the stories attached to these objects will capture your imagination. Do not miss this opportunity to discover something new in our local history.

Opening times: Fridays 10 – 4 and Sundays 1 – 4

Groups are welcome at other times by appointment. Contact us on 6628 1829, email: info@aphsmuseum.org.au


Click here to see some lovely photos of our Virtual Tour launch on 9th October.

The Community Resource Centre will be open for Research on Fridays 10.00 to 4.00 pm by appointment or by email. Contact us on 02 6628 1829 or email info@aphsmuseum.org.au

The Dreadnought Society has wound up and Alstonville Plateau Historical Society has been nominated to receive some digital records and publications.  For more click here.

The Society acknowledges all the people of the Bundjalung Nation, the long-time inhabitants of our region.