What our readers are saying:

As a regular reader of the Burwood Bulletin I am really impressed with the articles on history. I very much enjoyed the pieces about the former picture theatre in Ashburton and the Historical Radio Society of Australia.

Bill F. – via phone

We are really most fortunate to have you producing such a good magazine in this region. I have loved your articles on local histories.

Laurie M. – via email

Many thanks for a most informative Bulletin, I look forward to reading it, especially the history of places and people.
Dorothy S. – via email

Easter Services 2018

Greek Easter eggs
Photo: Reinhard Kirchner

Listing of local Easter Services

Good Friday – Fri 30 March
Easter Sunday – Sun 1 April
Easter Monday – Mon 2 April


Image of statue

A preventable plague

Family is something we should all be able to depend as we grow older – for safety, care and good company. But for many Australians who experience elder abuse, this is not always the case.

From Our Archives

Tiny House Exhibition

More than Just a Tiny House

The New Joneses Tiny House was recently on display as part of the Whitehorse Seniors Festival. The brain behind The New Joneses is Tamara DiMattina, whose trip to Antarctica in 2010 led to her discovering and seeing for herself the effect we humans are having on our planet.

Upcoming Events

  1. Women in the Whitehorse Art Collection

    March 8 - April 28
  2. Glorious!

    April 27 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
  3. John Street: Painting with Light

    May 3 - June 2
  4. Bosom Buddies

    May 4 @ 8:00 pm
  5. A street cat named Bob

    May 5 @ 7:45 pm - 10:30 pm
  6. Guys and dolls

    May 12 - May 26