Yandina Chamber of Commerce Inc
Our Future is in our Past

Historic House Information Centre 


 Farrell & Stevens Streets
Community Forum & Meet Fairfax Candidates 14th June 2016
The Yandina Chamber of Commerce will hold a Community Forum and Meet the Fairfax Candidates session on Tuesday 14 June 2016 at 7pm at YB Connections (corner Farrell and Low Streets - the old video shop). 

Declared Candidates for Fairfax who are confirmed as attending the Forum are:
ANDERSON, Scott  -  Labor Party
BULLEN, Kris  -  Online Direct Democracy
CAMPBELL, Keith  -  Independent
ETHERIDGE, Sue  -  Greens
O'BRIEN, Ted  -  LNP
PASQUALI, Robert  -  Pauline Hanson's One Nation


Did you know that Yandina is the oldest surveyed town in the Maroochy District? Early history tells how access by river made Yandina important for timber getting, dairying, fruit growing and cane growing. Changes in methods of transport and new industries continue to make Yandina vibrant.
Yandina Hotel
The Yandina Hotel is the oldest licensed Hotel in Queensland.  It was built in 1889 on the corner of Farrell Street and Old Gympie Rd.  In 1891 it was moved to its present site on Stevens Street. While the hotel was being moved they continued to serve beer and upstairs Mrs Sommer, the owner's wife, gave birth to a son. 
There are many historic sites in Yandina, originally know as "Native Dog Flat". In 1853 Daniel & Zacharis Skyring were granted leases on two Cattle Runs, “Canando” and “Yandina” which had frontage to the north banks of the South Maroochy and Maroochy Rivers.
The first “Yandina Post Office” was opened in 1868 on the north bank of the Maroochy River just upstream of Dunethin Rock.
Take a walk through our history
There are 26 historic buildings and/or location sites identified with plaques to guide your way on a walking map showing you the history of each site, available at the Yandina Historic House, 3 Pioneer Road, Yandina.
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Stevens St 1919 
Stevens St 1920 
Stevens St 1924 
Stevens St today