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Aerial view of Mordialloc Creek taken during Moorabbin Air Show Promotional flight.

Date:
1987

Labour candidate for Chelsea, Michael Duffy, standing in the Mordialloc Creek pointing to the polluted sediment.

Date:
1976

Drawing showing Jack Pompei's proposal for the development of the Mordialloc Creek.

Date:
1997
Courtesy:
Jack Pompei

Mordialloc Creek in flood, scallop fishing boat moored.

Date:
2009
Courtesy:
Ian Lording

Jack Pompei standing on a sand bar at the mouth of the Mordialloc Creek.

Date:
1976
Courtesy:
Jack Pompei

Mouth of the Mordialloc Creek with the Bridge Hotel in the distance and the sports ground on the left.

Date:
1910
Courtesy:
Ida Reynolds

Mordialloc Creek 1888, Sutherland, A.,Victoria and Its Metropolis, Kingston Collection.

Date:
1888
Courtesy:
A. Sutherland

Last meeting of Chelsea councillors and former councillors, 5 December 1994. Bruce Kyberd in the wheel chair.

Date:
1994

Church of Christ, Chesterville Road, Cheltenham.

Courtesy:
Eric Longmuir

Cheltenham Rifle Club Committee. Edwin Penny middle row second from right.

Courtesy:
Eric Longmuir

Edwin Penny with his wife Sarah Anne (Coleman).

Courtesy:
Jenene Nelson

Captain Kenny’s Baths at Brighton Beach, c1900.

Date:
1900

Penny Family. Back Row left to right – Clifford Penny, Reubin Penny, Edwin Penny. Front Row – Herbert Penny, Edwin Thomas Penny, Hilda Penny and Lyton Penny.

Courtesy:
E L Penny

Group of Young Men with glasses and binoculars. R Monk and E Penny in back row.

Creator:
Percy Fairlam
Courtesy:
Betty Kuc

Edwin Penny, Councillor and President of the Shire of Moorabbin.

Courtesy:
City of Kingston

Jack Purtell with trainer Ernie Willmott, Mrs Eileen May and horse Durham.

Courtesy:
Shirley Morgan

Jack Purtell covered in mud after riding a horse trained by Ernest Willmott.

Courtesy:
Shirley Morgan

A Class Act. Jack Purtell won seven Melbourne Jockey premierships.

Jack Purtell at Flemington.

Epsom Racecourse. Eddie Laing, trainer with two friends.

Courtesy:
Chilla Dow

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).