Image: Salvage rescue unit officers in protective clothing, Gray Street, 29th May 1988. Georges River Council Local Studies collection. Courtesy of Hurstville Museum and Gallery.
To coincide with the History Week 2018 theme of Life and Death, Hurstville Museum and Gallery will be hosting a photographic exhibition titled ‘Triple Zero’ which will shed light on the history of this service in the Georges River area.
Emergency services are a necessary requirement for any community to ensure public safety and well-being. This exhibition reveals stories of local tragedy and community spirit while exploring the development and evolution of these services within the Georges River area.
The exhibition features selected photographs from the Georges River Council Local Studies collection and will be on display from Saturday 4 August – Sunday 25 November 2018.
When: Saturday 1 September-Sunday 9 September
Museum opening hours: Tues-Sat – 10.00am-4.00pm; Sun – 2.00pm-5.00pm
Where: Hurstville Museum & Gallery 14 MacMahon Street, Hurstville
Contact: email@example.com or 02 9330 6444
Hosted by: Hurstville Museum & Gallery