Any scones left after our Devonshire Tea do not go to waste – we donate them to Altona Lions Club Soup Kitchen, straight after our event, for them to distribute that afternoon … a little help to those less fortunate!
A story about Altona Homestead and Logan Reserve From a modest beginning, the industrial welfare movements inaugurated by several Melbourne business firms have grown into large undertakings, and the number of employees taking advantage of the establishments provided by their employers has increased rapidly. About three years ago a large […]
James Duke moved to Altona in 1917 with his wife Mary from Brunswick where they had contributed to Victoria’s growing population by producing 12 children. Although many of the children had reached maturity by the time they moved to Altona, there was still a brood at home needing James’ attention, […]
BY GOYA DMYTRYSHCHAK Christmas comes but twice within a year with the heart of Altona about to be transformed into a festive wonderland for Christmas in July. Altona Laverton Historical Society and Louis Joel Arts and Community Centre will host a range of events from July 1 to 14, including […]
Unfortunately we have had a theft at the Altona Homestead over the last month or two, as per pictures a standard set of weights and measures was on display – these are made of brass and are very heavy, the ball weight was approx 25cm across and the measures from […]
Ethel Muller who attends the homestead to man the front desk week in week out turned 97 this week, we celebrated with a cake. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ETHEL! We would like to thank Ethel for her dedication and help over the years.
In the 1930s, Altona was well known as a holiday and fishing village. Following WW1, a steady influx of families moved into Altona and the population grew. In 1928, the Werribee Shire appointed Dr Louis Joel of Newport as the medical officer of Altona. At that time, with no trained […]