Records about the Gosnells district and its residents dating back to the 1800s are available at the Community History Collection, located at the Gosnells Knowledge Centre on Albany Hwy, Gosnells.  Much of the material is also available online by searching the City's library catalogue - select 'Archives' in the drop-down menu on the right.

The Heritage Coordinator and the Community History Officer are available on 9391 6011 or by email at to answer queries or to discuss possible donations.

  • This page contains an online form for people to request assistance with a Community History enquiry.
  • Minutes for meetings from 1987 onwards are available (in print format only) for consultation in the Local History Collection.
  • Photographs can provide a fascinating glimpse into a bygone age. The City preserves a collection with local significance.
  • The City of Gosnells keeps print copies of local newspapers for reference purposes only. Click here to discover more.
  • The City actively collects stories and histories of people who have lived and worked in the district.
  • A special project is underway to index the contents of the City's rates books, which date from 1928.

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