Last updated on 18 February 2015
The society receives many requests for research, photographs, maps, etc. In many of these cases we are able to help, but research takes time and a great deal of effort, so a charge is made of $15 per hour. Provided the photographs requested are not copyright, we are generally able to provide jpg copies emailed to an inbox.
Where pages from books in our research library are able to be photocopied, the charge is .20c per page. A4 only available.
Please see the LINKS page for suggested websites where you can pursue your own research about Phillip Island & District.
Society members can be available to give talks to school students at the museum provided sufficient notice is given. Using items from our collection, we can give a hands-on session about Phillip Island before electricity and plastic. Living on Phillip Island before the first bridge was built in 1939 is another popular topic. School groups booking a visit to the museum will be provided with two knowledgeable members who can circulate and answer students’ questions during their museum visit.
Education groups who have attended the museum recently have included:
Primary school children – years 3 and 4
Secondary school students – year 9
Tertiary students – marine archaeology and environmental science
Teachers are welcome to visit the museum beforehand and /or discuss their needs with the secretary, Christine Grayden, ph 03 5956 8501 or email: email@example.com
A charge of $1 per student is made for school group visits. Teachers and other adults attending are free.
The museum is suitable for visits by a wide variety of groups. At least one society member will be in attendance for your visit, which does not have to be during standard opening hours. To arrange your group’s visit contact the secretary, Christine Grayden, ph 03 5956 8501 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Groups who have visited recently have included Rotary, Probus, other historical societies, seniors groups and men’s groups. Refreshments can be arranged if needed and are served in the adjacent meeting room.
A charge of $1 per group member is made for group visits.