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Aspendale Technical School football team premier of Division 1 of Metropolitan Inter-Technical Schools Sports Association. Coach Mr R Snow (centre) Back row: J Vallance, M Bryant, B Davey, P Briggs, R Onley, G Aburrow, B Eyers; third row: D Finch, K Boocock, T Grace, P Hanger, G Wenke, K Bellville, D Goss, I Jacobsen; second row: K Bryce, K Selleck, R Treloar (captain), P Lawrence ( vice-captain), T Harwood, N Besanko; front row: J Noyes, B Wenke, R Judd, B Fort, G Bailey, M Pierce. Mr A Laughlin, sports master, in back row.

Fire at Aspendale Technical School, 1971.

Date:
1971

Sue Van Hugten learns dressmaking with teacher Mrs D Hellier, 1966.

Date:
1966
New students at Aspendale Technical School, 1962. Robert Birkenhead, Graeme Blanche, Mick Elliott meet Principal Mr R Hounslow and Mr K Pears (right).
Date:
1962

Machine Shop at Aspendale Technical School, 1966.

Date:
1966
Aspendale Technical School Band, 1977.
Date:
1977

Chelsea State School children and teachers at Hoadley’s Hall, 1913.

Date:
1913

Main Street Chelsea with dual track railway line.

Grandstand at Aspendale Race Course.

Alfred Morton with family and friends camping on foreshore at Carrum - later called Chelsea, c1890.
Date:
1890

Survey Map of Carrum Swamp by T E Rawlinson, 1866.

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1866

Frank McGuire with his book, Chelsea a Beachside Community, 2007.

Date:
2007

Dunlop logo on a wall, 2016.
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Beaumaris Concourse, 2019.

Date:
2019
Creator:
Peter Ratcliff

Sketch map showing the size and boundaries of the area of the Dunlop-Perdriau project.

Children from Chelsea Heights Primary School listen to a talk by a fireman from Chelsea Fire Brigade.

Doyles Bridge Hotel on the Mordialloc Creek, 2002.

Date:
2002
Creator:
Joe Astbury

Grave of William and Mary Jane Coleman in the Pioneer Cemetery, Cheltenham.

Bloxsidge Hotel, known today as the Bridge Hotel, Mordialloc. Facing Port Phillip Bay with the village of Mordialloc to the left.

Creator:
William Tibbits

Aboriginal Flag

City of Kingston acknowledges the Kulin Nation as the custodians of the land on which the municipality is a part and pays respect to their Elders, past and present. Council is a member of the Inter Council Aboriginal Consultative Committee (ICACC).