Our mission is to provide and establish a unique, informative and interesting avenue into history, culture and industry within the district. To research and promote our local district and history, thereby inspiring community involvement.

How You Can Support Us

The society members are a group of passionate volunteers who, through their subscriptions and fund-raisers, help to keep the society's vision alive. We are always grateful for the support from members of the public who share our passion for preserving local history in all its forms and passing it on to future generations.

There are many ways you can help the society including: Like Us on Facebook

See below for further information on how you can support us.


Download the NDHS 2014 Membership Application Form



By joining as a member you can help shape the future direction of the society an be involved in the decision making process. You will be kept updated and informed on a regular basis about all events and activities that are planned to raise funds and the profile of the society.


If you wish, as a member, you can also become involved by volunteering in any of the areas listed below:   

Click on the "Application Form" icon above and become a member today by downloading the membership application form            

Adopt a Platform Sleeper  Download the Adopt a Sleeper Campaign Form

You can support this great initiative and get involved by donating to our ‘Adopt a Platform Sleeper' campaign. All the sleepers that were used in the construction of the railway station platform have been numbered and are available for assignment to a named donation.

There are $50 donation sleepers available, for which you will recieve a certificate and have your name recognised on the 'All Aboard' display inside the heritage centre.

Additionally, there are still a few $500 sleepers available, for which individuals or organisations donating will be recognised with personalised plaques displayed on the station building wall and a framed certificate of appreciation.

Click on the ticket on the right to download the application.

Memorabilia for Sale

Currently, memorabila can only be purchased on-site at the Noojee Heritage Centre. 

Items for sale include:


Historic Postcards for Sale
1917 - A bullock team meets up with day trippers in Loch Valley, Noojee
1914 – An outing to Toorongo Falls
1919 - A civic reception awaits Noojee's first train
1937 - A Beyer Peacock 'A' class loco on a small trestle bridge near Noojee
1960s - J550 making steam, ready to take passengers on board
1926 - Trestle bridge No. 7 after the fires at Noojee
1921 - Travelling on the Loch Valley tramway to Noojee
2014 – J class locomotive outside the Noojee Heritage Centre
Historic Calendar 2014-2015
2015 Noojee Heritage Centre Calendar
Noojee No.7 Trestle Bridge Model CD
J550 Locomotive Arrives at Noojee DVD
Mugs, Magnets and Pens for Sale
2015 Noojee Heritage Centre Calendar
2015 Calendar
2015 Calendar