Douglas Vale Historic Homestead & Vineyard

Stroll back in time as you enter through our heritage listed bamboo grove. Set in over 3 hectares Douglas Vale Vineyard was initially established in 1859 with the homestead, the oldest timber building in Port Macquarie, being built in 1862. It was lived in for 132 years by four generations of the one family and

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Iluka Museum

The Iluka Museum in Charles Street, Iluka, adjacent to the War Memorial, is located in the Soldier’s Memorial Hall. The Hall was built by the community and was opened in 1923. It was funded almost entirely by local residents and constructed using local volunteer labour. The Memorial Hall became the hub of Iluka life for

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Slim Dusty Centre & Museum

Visit this innovative museum dedicated to Australia’s iconic legend Slim Dusty, and experience a wealth of music history and Australian culture and art. Slim’s dream was to provide a venue for music and cultural opportunities for all Australians to participate in and enjoy, and as a showcase for international tourists to visit. The Slim Dusty

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Hastings Fine Art Gallery

  Come and visit the Hastings Valley Fine Art Association’s “Fine Art Gallery” situated at 2 William Street, Port Macquarie, in the grounds of the Maritime Museum, adjacent to Flagstaff Hill. On display in the Hastings Fine Art Gallery is a large variety of original art works in all mediums, framed and unframed, drawings and

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Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre

Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre is situated midway between Coffs Harbour and Grafton in Northern Nsw. Drive North past Woolgoolga or South past Halfway Creek to take the Yarrawarra/Red Rock turn off. Turn left on to Red Rock Rd. Follow the signage.

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Dunghutti-Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery

Welcome to Dunghutti Land. Dunghutti-Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery is housed in the annex of the Kempsey Visitor Information Centre and Macleay Historical Museum on Macleay Valley Way, Kempsey.  The building was designed by internationally renowned architect Glen Murcutt. The aim of the gallery is to showcase a diverse range of artworks from established and emerging Aboriginal

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Gloucester Gallery

You’ll never know what you’ll find when you visit the Gloucester Gallery! We host a wide variety of monthly exhibitions, featuring local artists, community groups and schools, regional artists, travelling exhibitions and an annual photography competition.  Whichever type or style of art you prefer: painting, photography, sculpture, children’s art, textiles, contemporary installations…. you’ll find it at the Gloucester Gallery.  You can

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Nambucca Headland Historical Museum

The Headland Historical Museum in Nambucca Heads invites you to inspect their huge and interesting collection of local artefacts and memorabilia. The museum presents a diverse range of exhibits which will attract and intrigue all members of your family regardless of age or background. Whether you’re into history or nostalgia, a visit to the Headland

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Mid-North Coast Maritime Museum

Greater Port Macquarie is steeped in maritime history, and at the Maritime Museum’s three venues you have the opportunity to relive over 100 years of heritage as each provide a variety of exhibits. The Museum encompasses two separate cottages which were originally built as pilot cottages in 1896. Now they house a wonderful collection of

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Port Macquarie Museum

The award-winning Port Macquarie Museum is conveniently located in the Port Macquarie CBD. The museum, its collection and themed displays reveal the stories of Port Macquarie’s rich and unique history and heritage. From the first settlers the Birpai people, British settlement in 1821 through to Port Macquarie’s contemporary history as a tourist resort and sea-change town

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Camden Haven Museum, Laurieton

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

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Bowraville Folk Museum

Exhibits in the Bowraville Folk Museum cover almost every area of folk life in the Nambucca Valley. Some of our more significant displays include a log cabin inhabited by an early pioneer family, the local Presbyterian Church which was relocated to the grounds of the museum and the Boarding House set from the locally filmed

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Mary Boulton’s Pioneer Cottage & Museum

Take a step back in time to encounter how Nambucca Valley pioneers lived – the early 19th century furnished cottage in a welcoming garden setting; a timber getter’s bark hut, an early cell from Macksville Police Station; horse drawn vehicles; a dairy where cans of cream were stored; tools and implements from the dairy, beef,

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Kempsey Museum

The history of the Macleay Valley is as fascinating as it is diverse and one of the best ways to appreciate it is to visit the Macleay River Historical Society’s award winning Museum in South Kempsey. The Museum, housed in the unique Glenn Murcutt Building adjacent to the Visitor Information Centre, traces the valley’s history

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Wingham Museum

Wingham Museum and Archives is operated by the Manning Valley Historical Society and located in the National Trust listed building dating from the 1870’s. The building has operated as a store for much of its life and this identity is still preserved in many of the exhibits. Advertisements of September 1886 show that the store

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Tinonee Museum

Tinonee is one of the most historic villages in the Manning Valley and is situated on the banks of the Manning River. During the 1900’s, Tinonee was an important shipping trade destination. The tall majestic sailing ships plying the river were an everyday sight as Tinonee buzzed with commerce and industry. The purpose of the

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Manning Valley Rock Hounds Lapidary Club Gem and Mineral Museum

Manning Valley Rock Hounds Lapidary Club Gem and Mineral Museum -If you’re into rocks you’ll love Manning Valley’s rock club and museum. You’ll find them in the Grandstand Pavilion at the Wingham Showground between 10 and 4pm every Saturday. The Gem and Mineral Museum is constantly growing and changing.  It features gems, fossils and minerals

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Great Lakes Museum

Located on the Mid North Coast of NSW, the Great Lakes Museum and Heritage Center is run by volunteers from the Great Lakes Historical Society. They are a Not-for-Profit social history and maritime museum engaged in collecting, researching, preserving and exhibiting artifacts and documentary material relating to the area. The Museum’s friendly staff are happy to share

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Coffs Harbour Regional Museum

The Coffs Coast region has a rich and fascinating heritage. From Gumbaynggirr stories of spiritual connection to the land, to the stories of lighthouse keepers, pioneers, timber workers, gold miners and farmers, the Coffs Coast is a place of romance, bravery, adventure​, tragedy, and amazing inventions! Coffs Harbour Regional Museum is a Coffs Harbour City

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Wadjar Gallery

Wadjar Regional Indigenous Gallery showcases the works of regional Indigenous artists, artisans and craftspeople.  The gallery features an extensive display of regionally produced traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, books, clothing, CDs and giftware.

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