On This Day February 03

DateEvent
1852-02-031852 February: The Toodyay Convict Hiring Depot was moved two miles upstream from old Toodyay to a new 45 ¼ acre Crown Land site (Avon Location 110), near the Avon River, opposite Mt. Anderson. More …
1888-02-03Great excitement was caused by camels leaving from Newcastle en route to the Yilgarn Goldfields.  More …
1906-02-031906 February: The Under Secretary of Works formally terminated the tenancy of the Newcastle Municipal Council of the old Newcastle Post Office premises on Lot 19 (on the corner of Clinton Street and Fiennes Street), with a view to having the property used for recreation purposes. More …
1987-02-031987 February: It was announced that the Moondyne Festival would go into recess for 1987, due to a lack of local community interest.  More …
1990-02-03From February 1990, Toodyay Shire Council meetings were to be held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. More …
1990-02-03The Rev. Neville Threlfall was inducted as minister of the Uniting Church Parish of the Avon Valley (Toodyay, Northam and York). More …