The Kewriosity Sheet (1979-83) was first published in the City of Kew (Victoria) in June 1979 as a two-sided 'community newssheet'. It aimed to: 'share news about Kew happenings and Kew people, and to exchange ideas about living in Kew'. Later issues gradually evolved into a 4-page, quarto sized publication. The Kewriosity Sheet was superseded by the Kew Council publication 'Kewriosity' (1983-1994).
Home tutors for migrants [Jill Manton] / p1. Harp, Browse and Buy [Harp Browse and Buy Shop; Victoria Schizophrenia Fellowship] / p1. East Kew Uniting Church / p1. Spring-time Fair [East Kew Uniting Church] /p2. Do you know? [Parents of Disabled Persons] / p2. What's doing in Kew for September / p2&3 Women's Recreation Program /p3. Guest to preach at Kew Baptist Church [Rev. Brian Willersdorf] / p3. Minibus drivers and jockeys [Meals on Wheels] / p3. Hyde Park Fellowship [Hyde Park Church] / p3. Mission Spring Fair [Missionary Sisters of St Peter Claver / p3. The gateway to Kew [Charles Grimes Expedition; Johnston Street Bridge; Studley Park Road; Raheen; Campion Hall; Burke Hall; Studley House; Villa Alba] / Elizabeth Mackie p4. Council News - Family and Community Services (FACS) Programme; Community Service Grants; Deafness Awareness Week; ] / p4.