A photographic trip down Shepparton's memory lane. Contact us if you need help finding photos and local history.
Our History - Photos and Info
Welcome to Lost Shepparton. It is a companion site to our Facebook Page which is a great place to share your photos and memories.
Shepparton has lost so many of its heritage buildings over the years. Let's celebrate and learn about our heritage from the photos and stories shown here. Thanks to many people who have shared their photos and stories on our Facebook Page and to the State Library of Victoria and Museum Australia for their wonderful archives. Do yourself a favour and check out Trove
- a great FREE online source for access to photos, newspapers, family history info and more.
The people behind the Lost Shepparton Facebook page are Geoff Allemand and Margaret Marlow.
Friends of Lost Shepparton (Facebook Group) - special offers, photo discussions, support our work with feedback and help us with ways to raise funds to keep the our work going. Click here to join.
Thanks for supporting this initiative.
Geoff Allemand, Peter Matthews and the Shepparton Heritage Centre volunteers - Sharon Way, Wayne Collyer, Christine Trimble-Daly and Josh Revens.
Pre-orders are now being taken for our new photo book to be launched early December 2018.
Click here for more info and to make an order.
To help us collect, digitise and celebrate our local history.
The first of our self-guided heritage walking tours has been launched. More info here.
Lost Shepparton on Facebook
What you see below is a continuous feed of our posts on Facebook.
Just scroll through the posts/photos.
Unfortunately you can't comment here or read people's comments. If you join Facebook you will be able to share your comments and post your photos.
Feedback from one of our fans:
"My god you guys are wonderful. You're bringing back my whole life. More so my childhood that I thought I'd lost after my loss of memory due to trauma years ago. But this is fan jolly tastic. Can't wait to meet you all in person. Thank you a million times over . God Bless You All." (Patty Bull)
Introduction to the new Lost Shepparton Shop at the Shepparton Heritage Centre
Geoff trials the new Facebook Live tool to intro the Shepparton Heritage Centre
Rob, a visitor to the Museum talks about his experience and some of the exhibits.
Quick links for district towns' history:
Mooroopna and Facebook Page
Tatura and Facebook Page
Dookie and Facebook Page
Undera and Facebook Page
Mooroopna North West
Merrigum and Facebook Page