Time and Tide, The SS Dicky story

Indigenous & Heritage Tourism

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  • Location: Maroochydore Library, Cotton Tree 4558 Queensland

For 122 years the shipwreck was an attraction for holiday-makers, swimmers, surfers, and photographers, as well as a significant heritage icon for locals. Over time the once mighty iron steamer was reduced to a remnant of its former self.

See the film that brings together community memories and stories of the SS Dicky in 1893.

Presented by the Sunshine Coast Council Heritage Library.

Time and Tide, The SS Dicky story
Free. Bookings essential.
ph: 07 5475 8989 or library.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

Maroochydore Library - (storytelling by Gail Robinson)  Tuesday 19 January, 10.00 am
Nambour Library - (historical presentation by Di Brown)  Wednesday 10 February, 10.00 am
Kawana Library - (historical presentation by Di Brown)  Monday 15 February, 10.00 am
Maleny Library - (presented by Caroline Hopper)  Tuesday 23 February, 4.00 pm
Caloundra Library - (historical presentation by Di Brown)  Monday 7 March, 10.00 am

Copies of the DVD will be available to purchase from late December from council’s libraries, customer service centres, Caloundra Regional Gallery and selected retailers or online via the libraries e-shop.

Maroochydore Library :
44 Sixth Avenue, Cotton Tree
07 5475 8989
Maroochydore Library

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Maroochydore Library, Cotton Tree

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