Events related to the History of Tarnagulla



Upcoming Events


Radnell Reunion - March 8th and 9th, 2014.

An update on the Radnell reunion...
It is happening on the Long weekend in March 2014 (8th and 9th). Sat 9am-4pm and then a trivia night and Sunday 10am-3pm
We are hoping to have a great turn out.
There will be lots of activities for the kids and the young at heart. Lots of information and many stories to tell. We would like to get the community involved as much as we can. We would like to encourage shops to open and people to have garage sales if they wish. We also have the C.F.A. putting on a sausage sizzle on the Sat to help them raise some money.
Please contact Kirsty & Wendy for more information (radnell-reunion@hotmail.com)

Waanyarra Reunion - Sunday 23rd March, 2014.

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The Waanyarra Reunion is on again this year in the lovely bush setting of the Waanyarra Recreation Area on Sunday 23 March 2014. Activities include the Central Goldfields Concert Band, a raffle, fresh history displays & some great memorabilia.
David Gordon will be attending with his many resources and will sell his book 'Tarnagullas Golden History Part I', Edna & Ken Arnold will have a range of their local history books for sale and Ian & Pat Belmont will also have their excellent Tarnagulla & Waanyarra cemetery CD available. It's a great opportunity to renew old acquaintances and make new friends who have an interest in Waanyarra and its history and enjoy a good day out.
For further information please contact George Swinburne at waanyarra@ozemail.com.au or via the great Waanyarra Website: www.waanyarra.com


Past Events


Tarnagulla 'Out "N" About' - Sunday 6th October 2013.

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Here you will find the flyers and a review of our second 'Tarnagulla Out "N" About' - 2013.
Our 2013 event was bigger and better than the last and a great day had by all.

Tarnagulla 'Out "N" About' - Sunday 30th September 2012.

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The flyers and a review of the wonderful day that was 'Tarnagulla Out "N" About' 2012.
Thanks to David Gordon for the writeup.
We're looking forward to the next one already!