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Margaret and Trevor Hart arrived in Australia with three children in 1967 and settled in Kwinana early 1968.
In the early days of Medina Town, television had not yet touched Perth, let alone the remote industrial outpost of Kwinana! And so the BP Band stepped up to fill the entertainment void.
Remembering residents of Medina 1953 to 1987
The suburb of Wandi is named for Wandi Dixon.
Lindsay Calyun talks about his experiences as a volunteer with many services within the City of Kwinana.
By 1955, Medina had expanded to incorporate many people of different nationalities.
By the mid 1950's, thirty nationalities had joined the growing communities surrounding Medina.
Memories of Hope Valley supplied by Dora Morznti nee Nella.
Memories of Kwinana Beach by Lyn Bayley nee Fletcher.
Know Your Nation spent time with 11 Kwinana locals to find out about where they grew up and what brought them here. Know Your Nation has broken down the material gathered into a series of short stories, 9 audio stories and 2 written stories.
Imagine paying 50 cents for someone to entertain your child for a 10 hour period!
18th August, 1959 marked the debut of the Kwinana Flares Girls Marching team.
As our Olympians return home this week, some to glory and some with bitter disappointment, and our Para-Olympians start their own campaign, Voices of Kwinana’s memory is turned to our own local sporting success.
In 1951 Margaret Feilman began a long association with the Western Australian State Housing Commission where she had been given a four-year cadetship allowing her to qualify as an architect.
Kwinana residents and visitors have a long history of enjoying tennis.
The East Rockingham area was the site of the original town of Rockingham from about 1830.
The large number of ships wrecked along the coast of Western Australia was sometimes due to the powerful storms and gales which occur at certain times of the year when the wind is normally onshore.