Cooroy-Noosa

Genealogical & Historical Research Group Inc.

What was there before your house?

Jack Lewis worked as a geographer and planner in local government in Australia and New Zealand and now has his own consultancy business. Mapping is a geographer’s main tool in communicating how people’s relationship with a place or location changes and continues to change as time goes by.

On Saturday November 9th at 1pm at the Heritage Centre, Jack Lewis will present an interactive digital presentation of Qimagery and will demonstrate how to view the changes that have occurred in your street, locality and especially the Noosa region.

For more events in November check the Calendar page and click on the links to view the details of any event.

The Centenary Medal

Awarded to the Group for contributions to the preservation of local history. Celebrations at the Award ceremony

The Noosa Council assists community and not for profit groups by making funding available to assist with some of the general running costs. The benefit enables the Group to use its fundraising income to plan future projects for its members, visitors and the community. The Cooroy-Noosa Genealogical Group has been awarded a three year Community Alliance Grant for 2019 -2021.
The Group acknowledges and thanks Noosa Council for its support and its commitment to the many groups and community activities within the Council area.