Alumny Creek School Museum

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    The Metters stove

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    Ink bottle collection

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    The school room


This heritage award winning school museum is a tribute to the bygone era of one-teacher schools of the 1930s.  Retaining much of its original character and charm, the schoolhouse experience comes complete with blackboard and easel, desks with inkwells, Metters Fuel Stove, teacher’s desk and aids, including the much feared cane!

The link between the schoolhouse and community is also in evidence through the poignant War World Honour Rolls, recently re-united with the school.

A visit to the Alumny Creek School Museum is an enjoyable experience for the whole family.  Reminisce or be enlightened by the school experience of yesteryear and enjoy country style hospitality in the beautifully landscaped grounds and oval


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Getting There

465 Lawrence Road
Grafton, NSW 2460

Opening Hours


08:00 to 12:00 (On the last Saturday of every month; other times by appointment)

Along the Clarence River

Defined by a network of rivers, World Heritage National Parks and spectacular ...

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