Issue Details: First known date: 1960... 1960 Arana Hills District Progress Association
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AbstractHistoryArchive Description

Type of Media

Suburban newspapers

Access for Researchers

By telephoned appointment

Content Summary

  • Newsletter "The Arana Hills District Adviser", 1962-December 1991
  • Bound newspaper cuttings books, filed under 147 topics, cuttings on Pine Rivers District issues and events as reported in "The Arana Hills District Adviser" and in local suburban and daily newspapers, 1962-present
  • Newspaper cuttings, relating to the residents of the Pine Rivers District (and cross-referenced to history sheets for over 15,000 shire families). The items range from 1860 to 1940 from "The Queenslander", "The Telegraph", "The Week" and "Moreton Mail"; to 1933 from "The Brisbane Courier" and "The Daily Mail"; and from 28 August 1933 from "The Courier Mail"


Bound copies of every "Adviser" published are now stored in the Local Studies Reference sections at the libraries in Arana Hills and Strathpine. The other items listed above are in the archival collection at 11 Bargo Street.

From 1959, when it was known as Camden Park Progress Association, the Arana Hills District Progress Association was based in the Hills District of the current Moreton Bay Regional Council in southeast Queensland. In 1962 the Association began publication of a monthly newsletter "The Arana Hills District Adviser", which continued until December 1991.

The Progress Association no longer exists as a separate entity, since 2000. Accumulated funds were eventually transferred to Ferny Hills Progress Association.


suburban newspapers, Queensland, "Arana Hills District Adviser", "Courier Mail", Ferny Hills Progress Association

Contact Name

Mrs Melva A Welch OAM


11 Bargo Street, Arana Hills, Qld 4054

Phone and Fax

Ph +61 (7) 3351 1785


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