Crawford House Museum


About

Located in the heritage town of Alstonville in northern NSW, Crawford House, originally known as ‘Olivene’, was built in 1910 for Mr William Ambrose Crawford and his wife Olive.  

The Museum features many interesting household objects reflecting family life from the turn of the century to the 1960s. 

The Alstonville Plateau Historical Society operates the Musuem and activley researches and produces publications about the history of the community, which are available at the museum.The Society has an ongoing program of exhibitions and events at Crawford House Museum showcasing items in our collection as well as book launches and fund raising events. 

Crawford House Museum is close to Ballina on the North Coast of New South Wales and is approximately two and a half hours from Brisbane by road.

Contact

(02) 6628 1829
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Entry Fees

Adults $2.50
Children Free


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Getting There
Crawford House
10 Wardell Road
Alstonville

Opening Hours

Friday
10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Sunday
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
other times by appointment