Since 1962, the LCHS has been researching the history and heritage of life on the North Shore. Its charter is also to collect and manage artefacts and memorabilia representing life in Lane Cove from the time of the Cameraygals, the Indigenous owners of the region, down through the subsequent two hundred and twenty-odd years.
The LCHS also has the curatorship of Carisbrook Historic House and welcomes volunteers who feel they would like to contribute to the community in an interesting way by becoming a Friend of Carisbrook.
The latest edition of LCHS NOTICEBOARD August 2017
Hot off the press!!!!!! LCHS Journal 2016
featuring essays from the 2016 History Prize
$10.00 plus postage (or pick up from Carisbrook to avoid the postage fee)
History is alive and well at Lane Cove West Public School
Lane Cove West Public School students, Lochlan Korowe (Year 2) and Piper Kup-Ferroth (Year 6)
are this year’s proud recipients of the LCHS Primary School History Awards.
Read all about it here – Lane Cove West Public School Studies History