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It's been over a year since I've properly tended to my site for a variety of reasons largely beyond my control. Thus, I am seeking now to modified my management strategies. 

It is my intention to:

(a)   invite community members to meet with me if they have information that may be worth sharing on

(b)  review members of our community who have  previously          contributed so generously over the years to the site.

If you have documents, photographs, anecdotes or any other "stuff"  relating to Fyansford, of an historical or contemporary nature, I invite you to share it with the world via   If you are interested, please call me on 0425 718 894.


The Guggers

Over the years I have spent many hours in the company of John, Neil and the late Don Gugger (RiP) and I truly applaud them for their ongoing contributions to community, their sense of civic history and the wealth of assorted documents they have freely made available to

I commend the following links to anyone interested in the history of Fyansford.


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John Flatt

Over the last six months I have been giving hard copies of my publications to community members who have contributed generously to the site by sharing their history, records, photos, comments etc. regarding our beautiful locality.

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Specific Requests

Can anyone out there in the community help with any information regarding the Southern Star Hotel (See LINK)?

I would love to meet with you if you can throw any light at
all on this public house (Tel. 0425 718 894).

In return I would be please to give you a bound edition of "Public Houses in and Around Fyansford". 

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Are you a creative; one who enjoys writing, researching,


painting or photography?

Have you ever expressed your thoughts, opinions, artistic endeavours regarding our Fyansford environment?

Do you have any family mementos, photographs, documents or other material relating to historic Fyansford?

Do you know the history of those wooden steps west of Monier Bridge, the old Swan Inn, early education in Fyansford, St Lukes church, the Fairview Gardens, the Small Black Bull Hotel, the Fyansford common, etc?

I'd love to hear from you....

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