Bulli Public School’s William Evans

Mr. William Sydney Evans, has been President of the Northumberland Master Bakers’ Association for 17 years. Born at Teralba, he was educated at Bulli Public School, Woonona School for Mines and Newcastle Technical College. He started work as a fireman and engineer driver at Bulli colliery and later at Coledale coke ovens, Portland Cement and Cardiff…

Woonona’s Charlie Stewart

Aged 14, Charlie Stewart (pictured), of Woonona, is one of the best young all-round athletes in the State. He won trophies at cricket, football and athletics. Last season, in a junior cricket competition, he had a batting average of 110, and took 37 wickets. Stewart has won the sprinting and football kicking championships at school.…

Woonona Bulli Soccer 1954

Members of Woonona-Bulli Soccer team assembled on Broken Hill station after winning the £200 knockout tournament. (Back row – O. Lewis, M. McPake, G. Edmond, T. Fowler, J. Morgan. Front row – A. Bulland, A. Graham, J. Bracewell, T. Arnall. Woonona Bulli Soccer club officials S. Newton, J. Davis, A. B. Mann and W. Chadban,…

Bellambi & Woonona Fishing Club

The South Coast provides plenty of sport for amateur fishermen. The Bellambi and Woonona Fishing Club is an enthusiastic body, and includes some well known residents of the district. The picture, which was taken at Bellambi, shows members of the club after a successful outing. – Australian Town and Country Journal Wednesday 8 May 1907

Lieut Nolan Pallier of Woonona

Lieut. Nolan Pallier, of Woonona NSW, who led the Australian force which bayoneted the Japs off the 1,000ft Dunpu ridge, New Guinea. Screaming with terror when the Australians charged, a number of Japs leaped over a 150ft cliff. -Warwick Daily News (Qld.) Saturday 23 October 1943