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Girl Guides Donnelly River



Historical information

Donnelly River once a vibrant Bunning timber mill town operating from the 1950's to late 1970's. The Bunning Brothers built a townsite to house the mill workers and their family. A vibrant community that ran and involved themselves in many village activities during this era.

Doreen Pond known as Jo to all started the gIrl Guides as an after school activity in the 1960's.



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Photograph depicts one of the many social activities held at Donnelly River during the 1960's.

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Donnelly River, Shire of Nannup
Western Australia
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Authorisation to reproduce, public or display must be obtained from the Friends Of Donnelly Village Inc.

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Acknowledgements to be made to Friends of Donnelly Village Inc and Kathleen Larsen.

Friends of Donnelly Village Inc (FODV)

Friends of Donnelly Village Inc (FODV)

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Girl Guides Donnelly River
Raising the flag at a Guide Guide ceremony held at Donnelly River during the 1960's.