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Welcome to the Swan River Pioneers 1829-1838 Inc. - a place to connect with Western Australia's colonial history and be part of a group linked directly to emigrants who arrived on our shores between the years 1829 and 1838.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of Western Australian land.  We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders and celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of communities past and present who worked together to build our state during the years 1829 and 1838.


"View of Fremantle from Church Hill" - watercolour on paper by Richard Morrell, 1832. Courtesy of the Royal WA Historical Society.

Latest News

Our website has a new look!  We are working on building our site to offer members more ways to research and connect with their Swan River Colony families.  Let us know how you found our site and what you'd like to see included - send us a message below.

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Coming Event:  Foundation/WA Day Breakfast
Saturday 1st June 2024
- For booking form see our Events page
We are looking for Volunteers to join our Committee - see "Become a Volunteer" under our About Us menu
Back issues of the Settlers' Gazette are available in PDF format under our Settlers' Gazette page 
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