Lyn's Articles and Books
Reprinted with permission
Lyn has written some articles that have been published in Australian doll magazines. She also has written a Guide to the River Dolls Collection.
Lyn Clark, "The changing face of Barbie in Australia", The Doll and Bear News in Australia, Spring 2003, pp36-37
Lyn Clark, "Holiday dolls (Barbie)", The Doll and Bear News in Australia, Summer 2003, pp36-37
Lyn Clark, "The Kelly Club (Barbie's Family)", The Doll and Bear News in Australia, Autumn 2004, pp30-31
Lyn has made presentations to groups like Rotary, Lions, Probus, University of the Third Age (U3A), Red Cross as well as spoken to the Rural Women's Gathering on doll care.
Lyn researched and edited the book The Perfect Score: the first 20 years of the Diamond Valley Archers. This is an historical account of the formation and development of the leading archery club in the outer northern Melbourne suburb of Yan Yean.
Lyn was instrumental in Goolwa becoming the first town in Australia, and the first outside Europe, to be accredited as Cittaslow - or slow town. In 2017, as part of the town's 10th anniversary of accreditation, both Lyn and her husband John were granted Life Membership of Cittaslow Goolwa.
Lyn is involved with Goolwa Tourism 5214 which promotes Goolwa as a great destination for tourists.