These publications can be purchased from Civic Centre Reception or the City of Tea Tree Gully Library.
From Settlement to City: A history of the District of Tea Tree Gully 1836-1993
Two new chapters, researched and written by Robyn Taylor have been added to this third edition published in 1993 - one on Tea Tree Gully since 1976 and another on the new Golden Grove Development since 1970.
This CD also includes a collection of 87 supplement articles; 267 pages of additional information on the people, places and happenings in the Tea Tree Gully area in recent times. Included in these are newspaper articles, personal stories, biographies, photographs, births, deaths and marriage listings, details and descriptions of local businesses and events and information on the Tea Tree Gully Historical Society.
Featuring high quality scanned images of the whole of the original book, this CD has been bookmarked for easy navigation and pages can be searched, browsed, enlarged and printed out if required.
From paddocks to plaza: essays on the development of the City of Tea Tree Gully 1945 - 2001
P. Donovan (editor) (2001)
Officially launched in December 2001, this book was published to celebrate the Centenary of Federation. The City of Tea Tree Gully Library asked people in the community to write anecdotes or reminiscences about the district, as well as contribute photographs.
Haystacks to cul-de-sacs, Golden Grove Community Oral Histories
Catherine Murphy (1993)
Golden Grove, a rural community for over 140 years, has been transformed by urban development. This book looks at this history through the eyes of residents old and new.