Tweed Regional Museum
Take a different look at history in an informative and fun way at Tweed Regional Museum.
Boasting award-winning exhibitions which are engaging and educational, the Museum presents many aspects of the Tweed’s rich natural and cultural history and a few surprises you may not know about!
The Murwillumbah branch of the Museum offers the award winning Land | Life | Culture exhibition, featuring stunning graphics of the Tweed’s most significant landscapes, flora and fauna specimens, children’s interactive area, and cultural stories told by local Aboriginal community members. It is one of many permanent displays which capture the history and development of the Tweed, complemented by our temporary exhibition program.
The Tweed Heads branch showcases three heritage buildings in a beautiful park setting on the banks of Terranora Inlet. Learn about the history of the Tweed Heads Courthouse, the quirky Boyd Family and their legendary fishing exploits, and the tourism heyday of the ‘Twin Towns’.
Tweed Regional Museum showcases the region in contemporary and vibrant exhibitions – come along and discover that there’s more to the Tweed’s history than meets the eye.
For location and opening hours, please visit our website museum.tweed.nsw.gov.au