Kurrajong-Comleroy Historical Society, was formed in 2001 to research, preserve and promote the heritage of "The Kurrajong",
the district north and west of the Hawkesbury River in the Hawkesbury local government area of New South Wales, Australia.
The millstones which form our logo were used in the watermills dating back to the early days in the area. They are on display in Kurrajong Village.
Our area of interest loosely includes these places (past and present): Bells Line of Road, Berambing, Bilpin, Blaxlands Ridge, Bowen Mountain, Bullridge, Colo, Colo Heights, Colo River, Comleroy, Comleroy Road, Cornwallis, East Kurrajong, Freemans Reach, Glossodia, Grose River, Grose Vale, Grose Wold, Hawkesbury River, Kurmond, Kurrajong, Kurrajong area, Kurrajong Heights, Kurrajong Hills, Kurrajong North, Kurrajong Village, Longleat, Lowlands, Mount Tomah, Netley Hill, North Richmond, Oakville, Panorama Point, Powell Park, Pughs Lagoon, Richmond, Sackville, Tennyson, The Slopes, South Windsor, Upper Colo, Webbs Creek, Wheeny Creek, Wheeney Creek, Yarramundi.