The Albany Historical Society is doing its part for the ‘The Blue Tree Project’.
Albany Historical Society has recently painted one of the trees in Duke Street Park blue as part of The Blue Tree Project.
Aimed to raise awareness of mental health by being a conversation starter, with its origins in the Wheatbelt.
Suicide is the leading cause of death for Australians between 15 and 44 years of age.
Certain areas of AHS Online are restricted to members of the society.
Membership is open to anybody, subject to approval. More details, including current membership fees, can be found by clicking 'About membership'.
Due to a security breach, you are no longer able to login via PIN code, and will instead have to request an account by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; this includes all existing members who previously had a username and password.
You can support our important work by becoming a member of the Albany Historical Society.
Membership is as low as $15 a year for single membership, and entitles you to receive copies of our quartlerly newsletter, free entry to the Albany Convict Gaol and Patrick Taylor Cottage and to access our new Online Members' Area.
The Online Members' Area allows members to browse our extensive (over 3500+) archive of paintings and photographs of Albany and surrounding regions from the past, as well as our newly digitised archive of magazines, featuring articles relating to Albany's history.