Meetings / Tours

The Prospect Heritage Trust Inc.

Our meetings are held at the Prospect History Cottage, 10.30am, second Sunday of the month, (except May, first Sunday) followed by morning tea and a Guest Speaker.

Monthly meetings have recommenced as Prospect Reservoir has now re-opened to the public.   

Visitors are always welcome

Contact Secretary for further details

General Meetings and speakers for 2017




Sunday 10 September 2017

Mark Taylor

Mark Taylor is the Grandson of Harry Caprari, who until his passing in 2011 was a staunch supporter of The Prospect Heritage Trust. Three generations of Harry’s family had operated the Prospect Post Office for seventy nine years.

Mark Taylor was born and raised in Old Toongabbie, playing cricket and soccer for the Winston Hill Bears and attending Model Farms and James Ruse Agricultural High Schools.

 Mark’s father, a former Acting NSW Police Commissioner, instilled in his children the benefits of hard work and a good education.  Following his father’s example, Mark earned a Bachelor’s degree and was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW as a legal practitioner.  He recently completed 25 years of policing service and is a senior officer in the Police Prosecutions Branch.  Mark has been awarded the Centenary Medal, the National Medal and a Commissioner’s Commendation.

 A strong commitment to family underpins Mark’s daily life. Petrina, a primary school teacher at Winston Hills and Mark have been married for over 15 years.  They have two young children who love swimming, learning to cook and cheering on the Parramatta Eels, GWS Giants and the Western Sydney Wanderers.

Sunday 8 October 2017

Catherine Bishop

“Minding Her Own Business”

Sunday 12 November 2017

Sue Stenning & Goran Terzic

“The Greystanes Visitors Book”

Sunday 10 December 2017

Paul Storm

“Christmas Cards and the BLAU Family of Sydney”

Join us on our next tour

15 October - Gosford, on land and water.

The morning will be spent at the Henry Kendall Cottage & Museum at West Gosford, while the afternoon will be spent on the MV Lady Kendall 11, cruising Brisbane Water from Gosford to Broken Bay.

Full details of each trip will be sent out closer to the date


To conduct some of this year’s excursions we will be applying for the use of Blacktown City Council’s community buses, which are either 14 or 21 seaters, so our plans are firstly subject to bus availability, and secondly to the size of bus we are allocated.

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