Preserving and sharing the history of Diamond Creek District

Our Local History

Cider Making in the Diamond Creek Valley

Pioneer Families of Diamond Creek District WILSON

Brothers Who Served Their Country COVENTRY – EDMONDS – STARLING

Joseph Stevenson and his Bullock Named Diamond

Early Days of the Diamond Creek Op Shop Charlie Milthorpe’s Store

Diamond Creek District’s First Schools

Herbert Family Property and the Diamond Creek Racing Club

New Horticultural Hall Opening – 1887

The Real Poppy of Flanders

Machine Gun on St John’s Porch Roof

Ellis Cottage Historical Precinct

Pioneer Families of Diamond Creek District GODBER

Nillumbik Rifle Club

Town Without a Name

Diamond Creek’s Historic and Significant Trees

The Strongest Man in the Foorce

Suffragettes of Diamond Creek and the Monster Petition

Diamond Creek’s Police Stations

Pioneer Families of Diamond Creek District STARLING & STEWART

Diamond Creek’s Brass Band

Diamond Creek Gold Mine Fire 1915 Its Impact on the Community

Diamond Creek’s Hoodoo Level Crossing

Looking down Chute Street in Diamond Creek around 1915

The Pub with Three Names – Evelyn Arms – Halfway House – Tunnel Camp

Hurstbridge Wattle Day 1912

Crossing a Flooded Creek When You Need to Get to Work

News Events & Updates

TALK by Jan Bailey with Afternoon Tea

Ellis Cottage Open Day Sunday 7th April

Ellis Cottage the ideal place for your next get-together or off-site meeting

Start Your Family Tree For Free

Hurstbridge Wattle Festival 2023

Research Enquiries

Remembrance Day Service & Dedication of Panels Commemorating Our WW1 Servicemen

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Nillumbik Cemetery Diamond Creek

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