Camden Haven Museum, Laurieton


About

The Camden Haven Historical Society is a community museum that researches, collects and interprets the history and heritage of the Camden Haven Valley and its villages.

The museum, which is run by local volunteers, and features displays on timber-getting, fishing, marine activities, farming and more. It is a work constantly in progress with history, as they say, ‘starting with the morning’s news’. The Museum Society also sells a range of books on local history.

 

The Camden Haven Museum is featured in our collaborative project Our Rivers – Our History involving seven museums on the Mid North Coast from the Manning Valley to the Macleay.

The Our Rivers – Our History website seeks to showcase some of the most significant objects held in our museums relating to our rivers and coastal waters which are such an integral part of our history.

Visit the website www.oroh.com.au

Contact

0408 11 33 13
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Entry Fees

Adult $2.50
School Children Free

[No other discounts]


Links

Website
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Getting There
School of Arts Building
58 Bold Street
Laurieton

Opening Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
9:00 am to 1:00 pm