Helen Harms writes about her experiences and shares photographs from her childhood in Nazareth House, Wynumm, Queensland.
Silky Oaks Children's Home was founded by the Open Brethren and first opened in Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland in 1940. In 1946 the Home was relocated to Manly. Former Silky Oaks resident Diane Tronc shares historical photos of the Home and the May 2011 Silky Oaks Reunion.
Kathleen Foley, a former resident of St Vincent's Orphanage, Nudgee, kindly shared this photo.
Poet Garry Shooks writes about the importance of marbles as currency in the Children's Home in I've got the lot.
A short, rousing speech that Gloria Lovely wrote and performed in Memoirs of the Forgotten Ones in Brisbane, Queensland, in March 2007.
Coming up in January in Sydney – live theatre performance of The Fence, a story close to the hearts of Forgotten Australians and Stolen Generations.