Bangalow Heritage House Museum

The Bangalow Historical Society operating as the Bangalow Heritage House Museum & Cafe is a vital part of the village of Bangalow and its surrounding district by providing a focus for issues of heritage and history. We seek to establish, preserve, research, interpret and exhibit a collection of photographs, objects and documentary material of the history

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Maclean Bicentennial Museum and Stone Cottage

Maclean District Historical Society Inc. began in 1969 when a building (which was resumed by Council for non-payment of rates) was given to our Society for use as a museum. This is now furnished in the style of the time- 5 rooms, a music room, parlour, 2 bedrooms (one designated as a children’s room) and

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Lismore Regional Museum

The Museum is located in the heritage-listed former Lismore Municipal Building, with the main exhibition displayed within the old Council Chamber. The building features rainforest timber panelling. Exhibitions about local Aboriginal culture, European settlement, industry and shipping showcase the region’s rich history. Artefacts used by Aboriginal families and early timber getters are displayed, along with

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Serpentine Community Gallery

The Serpentine Community Gallery Inc. is a volunteer run not for profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of Northern Rivers’ arts culture and artists. Founded in 2006 by a small group of local artists, the Serpentine Gallery is now well respected in the Northern Rivers arts community. It is known as a gallery that encourages

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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

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Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre

The Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre at South Tweed Heads is located within the Tweed Heads historic site, which adjoins the Ukerebagh Nature Reserve. Their aim is to preserve and protect the significant cultural heritage of the area and to provide a facility for all people to explore and enjoy the beauty of the native coastal

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Coraki Museum – Mid-Richmond Historical Society Inc

Coraki Museum is housed in the historic Woodburn Shire Council Chambers and contains an extensive collection of local artefacts, memorabilia, family histories and photographs from the earliest white settlement. There is a comprehensive maritime history section along with and outdoor shed containing farming and ship building equipment. Our War Memorial room contains the Honour Boards

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Evans Head Living Museum

The Evans Head Living Museum is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers who are involved in the collection, identification and interpretation of the rich human and natural resources which make up the history and development of Evans Head, Woodburn, Broadwater and Coraki areas. The Museum focuses on seven major themes: World War II including

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New Italy Museum

Historic New Italy stands on acreage that was once part of the original New Italy Settlement in Northern NSW. It had its beginnings in 1880, when poor farming families from the Veneto region in Northern Italy were beguiled by Frenchman, Marquis de Rays, to purchase land in a phantom paradise in the Pacific named La

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Lawrence Museum

Historic Lawrence Museum–our link to the past … preserved for the future. The Lawrence Museum is situated in the former 2NR Broadcasting Station building and lies under the tall radio transmitting mast which has been a landmark in Lawrence since 1936 and sits above the Bluff Point Ferry on the mighty Clarence River. In earlier

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Glenreagh Memorial Museum

Glenreagh is the oldest village in the Orara Valley, and has retained much of the atmosphere from its early years as a gold mining and timber area.  The Glenreagh Memorial Museum is located in the School of Arts building, dating back to 1915.  Our collection embraces the many aspects of life as it was in

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Yamba Museum – The Story House

The award-winning Yamba Museum, operated by the Port of Yamba Historical Society, is located within the heart of Yamba. The museum, its displays and collection are evidence of the settlement of Yamba, and clearly document its strong maritime history and the importance of the mighty River Clarence to this area. The local Yaegl people have

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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

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Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre

If you haven’t visited the stunning Tweed Art Gallery before, you’ll be amazed by the large, modern facility displaying first-rate exhibitions. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns and offering panoramic views of the Tweed River, the Gallery was established on this site in 2004, and was extended in 2006. The prestigious Margaret Olley Art Centre

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Lismore Regional Gallery

Lismore Regional Gallery facilitates the exchange of ideas locally and nationally through a distinctive and innovative program of exhibitions and events. Our Aims are to provide an accessible, largely self generated program of exhibitions and events for the whole of community and to provide a creative space for open dialogue with our dynamic community. The

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Grafton Regional Gallery

Grafton Regional Gallery is a major cultural service of the Clarence Valley Council with up to seven exhibitions on display at any one time. Each year over 42,000 visitors enjoy our gallery with its large shady courtyard, heritage gardens and buildings, café and modern exhibition areas. The gallery’s range of cultural services includes workshops, outdoor

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Old Casino Station Museum

Once an abandoned Ghost station, Old Casino has been brought back to life and now houses a collection of rail stories, photos and artefacts preserving the unique history of the Casino–Murwillumbah railway. Built at the height of the golden age of railways, this timber federation era station building survived termites, bushfires and demolition. Originally the

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Casino Historical Museum

Casino Historical Museum, operated by Casino and District Historical Society, is custodian of a diverse and fascinating collection of objects that hark back to the early days of Casino and surrounding districts. The museum is evidence of the people, events and stories that have made the town of Casino so unique. With significant items ranging

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Cape Byron Lighthouse Maritime Museum

Located within the Cape Byron Lighthouse in the one-time head lightkeepers office, the Cape Byron Lighthouse Martitime Museum offers visitors insight into the days before fully-automated lighthouses and the long tradition of lightkeepers. The Museum also displays images and artefacts from the days when Byron Bay was a venue for whale hunting rather than whale watching.

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Northern Rivers Community Gallery

The Northern Rivers Community Gallery presents a changing program of exhibitions by artists from the Northern Rivers region. If you enjoy exploring this beautiful region, then you’ll love the great diversity of art and cultural material generated by local creatives. As a community gallery our focus is on representing, reflecting and exploring the diverse sectors

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