Our family history room is located on the lower floor of Ulladulla Civic Centre,
81B Princes Highway, Ulladulla NSW 2539
Please use our contact details at the bottom of this page for further enquiries.
We are open for members and visitors on the following days:
Mondays 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
Wednesdays 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
Saturdays from 9.30am to 1.30pm.
In addition to the above, members meet on the second Monday of each month
when we are open between 10.00am to approximately 4.00 pm.
Research facilities are available for use during that day except between the hours of 1.00pm and 2.00pm,
when we hold our informal Members Meeting to exchange information and ideas.
Visitors are welcome.
A small door fee of $5 for members and $10 for visitors is charged to cover research,
catering and other costs.
Our volunteers can offer advice to those wishing to start their family research.
From time to time we hold discussions on selected research topics, research problems,
and also may have guest speakers.
The Society's Annual General Meeting is held in July of each year.
Membership Fees are $30 per year for a single membership and $50 per year for family membership plus and initial $5 joining fee.
and all subscriptions are due by 30th June each year.
Our library contains reference books, other books on aspects of family research and journals received from other groups.
These are available on any of the days we are open.
Members can borrow books (other than reference books) and any exchange journals, on a monthly basis.
We have a good range of microfiche and growing stock of CD's which we can access on our PC's.
The CD's are available for borrowing on payment of a small deposit.
Internet access for family history research is available on our PC's
including world subscriptions to Ancestry and Find My Past at no additional cost.
"Pigeon House Tidings"
is published twice per year - in June and December.
This is exchanged with many other family history groups throughout Australia,
New Zealand, England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Details about our meetings and coming events are published in the Milton Ulladulla Times
in both the Community Diary section as well as articles in the Our Times section.