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    Mullumbimby Museum


As you enter the the main Museum you realise that the building was Mullumbimby's first Post Office and contains many reminders from when it was built in 1907.

 The Brunswick Valley Historical Society seeks to collect and conserve objects, images and documents that record the social, economic and civic history of the Brunswick Valley. We publish material relevant to the area, interpret and display the collection to engage and educate the community in their local history as well as provide research facilities.

Our Museum was relocated to its present site in 1984. Summers park in which the Museum and external exhibits are located has a replica slab cottage, a collection of horse drawn farm implements, and equipement from the local railway, hydro power facility and brick works.

Getting There

Corner of Stuart and Myocum Streets
Mullumbimby, NSW 2482

Opening Hours

Friday- Saturday

10:00 to 12:00 (Third Saturday of every month. )


10:00 to 12:00 (Other opening hours by appointment only)

Mullumbimby Museum Resources

The museum caters for researchers of both family and local histories.

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