Unlock The Past will be at

2018 Congress - Mar 2018
2018 Seminar - Seattle - Sep 2018
2018 UTP cruise - Alaska - Sep 2018
2019 UTP cruise - Mar 2019


Unfolding the history of men, moustaches and the Tea Tree Gully

Event Information

  • 1 Nov 2014 9:00am - 30 Nov 2014 5:00pm
  • Tea Tree Gully Library, 571 Montague Road
  • Tea Tree Gully
  • South Australia
Other Information
  • Cost: Free

For 150 years the moustaches had played a significant part in the development of the City. 

With glory days in the nineteenth century and a revival in the 1970s, the mo has adorned the upper lips of many men in the community...and we have the photos to prove it!

In fact shaving with stone razors dates back to Neolithic times -- the oldest documented image of a man with a moustache is a Scythian horseman from 300 BC.

During November, Tea Tree Gully Library will be hosting a display of photographs and trivia facts to pay tribute to the moustache's cultural relevance throughout time. 

Our local history photo collection has been well scrutinised to unearth a handsome selection of images for a photographic feast of moustache hair quality, colour, style, length and creativity. 

The exhibition is a free event and donation tins will be provided if you wish to support men's health charities in Movember.