A retired nurse with an international career will be interviewed at the November Oral History Morning.
Audrey Tomlinson was born in
in 1926. She did her nursing training in the deprived area of Liverpool and then serviced as a District Nurse in England . In 1953 she went to Lincolnshire Malaya during the Communist Insurgence and worked in Chinese villages and native kampongs. In 1967 Audrey and her family emigrated from England to . Her work with Aboriginal people has taken her to a remote area of Cape York, to Australia and to the coastal towns of Bowen and Innisfail. In retirement Audrey Tomlinson is involved with The Leprosy Mission. Palm Island
Audrey is a great raconteur and will be relating stories from her remarkable career.
This Oral History Morning will be held in Geraldton Regional
Wednesday 16th November at 10 am.