The major role of the History Council of Western Australia is to advocate for history on behalf of our members. We also hold a limited range of events each year, such as forums and debates. These give members the opportunity to meet and discuss particular problems or challenges to the study, development or understanding of history in the community. Our major event is the Annual History Council Lecture in which an eminent historian or public figure reflects on aspects of history. This is held after our Annual General Meeting. Our End of Year event brings members of the Council together in a social environment.
Members receive discounts to all paid events.