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Local History Resources

Oral History Interviews

The Yankalilla and District Historical Society have conducted a number of interviews with people local to the Yankalilla district. Listen to the interviews or read transcripts on this page.

Dorothy Ruth Chapman
Interviewed by Margaret Morgan
16 February 2011

Dorothy Chapman Transcript(199 kb)

Cemetery Guides

View cemetery guides for the Yankalilla district here. They are also available in hard copy at the Fleurieu Coast Visitor's Centre.

St Peter's Catholic Church, Normanville

Christ Church Anglican Cemetery, Yankalilla

Normanville Wesleyan Cemetery, Normanville

Yankalilla Public Cemetery, Yankalilla

Bullaparinga Public Cemetery, Bullaparinga

History Book Collection

These books are not available in the library collection, but can be purchased from the Fleurieu Coast Visitor's Centre. Old Yankalilla, Old Normanville, Old Delamere and Old Myponga (written by Margaret Morgan) are $5; Schools of the Western Fleurieu Peninsula (written by Joy Nunn and edited by Lorraine Day) is $20. Pick up or postage are available.

Old Yankalilla BookOld Normanville ThumbnailOld Delamere Book Cover

Schools BookOld Myponga Book