Where a railway line crossed a bush highway a town was built that became a community. Made for the centenary of Quandialla and includes some stories from West Wyalong Movies 2 plus two new stories of how the town began and its institutions that made it a community.
West Wyalong Movies 4 – Wambyone, even today its name still stirs emotions in the minds of those who followed the picnic race circuit.
For a hundered and fihty years and three rushes some one has allways been looking for gold in the gullies beneath Billyslookout.
A wedding in Quandialla during the wettest year on record becomes the greatest story of love.
Iconic photos and the stories behind them.
Local history brought to life!
West Wyalong Movies has launched its latest DVD, Kikiora Farming.
These stories were shot by Ken Gibson from West Wyalong's Bland Studios. He was a professional cameraman who captured the history of this part of the world for many years. This DVD captures precious footage of every major happening in the Wyalong district between the years of 1975 and 1979, including significant developments, prominent locals as well as school and theatrical performances.
Released in April 2013, this is a must have for anyone who was a local or knew a local during the period of this film. Are you a movie star in this film??
Tractors, Trains, Headers & Hay is a brief account of the evolution of machinery in the Australian wheat belt. It is educational, entertaining and the first of its kind.
West Wyalong Movies 2 - the Saga of the South West Continues was released in 2010 and follows on from the first DVD West Wyalong Movies. West Wyalong Movies 2 features sections on â€œWomen on the Blandâ€ and â€œQuandialla Rodeoâ€ and more.
West Wyalong Movies was released in 2008 and was the first part of a series of documentaries exploring the past of West Wyalong and the South West of NSW. DVD chapters include: "West Wyalong Wheat", "Eucalyptus Oil", "That Crooked Street" and "Show of '73".