Wymah Museum

The museum offers a selection of rotating local themes and includes pioneer family history and research facilities, the history of the Wymah Ferry, Wymah School History, the rise and decline of the Wymah township, and much more.

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Gerogery Doll Museum

Experience the magical Gerogery Dolls Museum, including antique dolls, prams and model cars, dating back to 1880’s all housed in St Mary’s 1930's Church.

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Station House Museum

Station House – home to seventeen Stationmasters and their families from 1883 to 1979 – is a tangible reminder of the great railway expansion of the last century. For more than 100 years Station House has dominated the railway scene in Culcairn, together with the historical Railway Station the complex reflects the significance of Culcairn

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Mount Erin Heritage Centre

The Mount Erin Heritage Centre is located at Wagga Wagga in the original Mount Erin Convent which was built 1874-76. This historic site is where five Presentation Sisters from Ireland established a convent and school in 1876. Since then several schools have existed here including St Brigid’s, St Marys, St Eugene’s, Mount Erin High School,

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Ungarie Museum

The Ungarie Museum has an extensive local history collection with a particular focus on the historical Wollongough Station.  The Museum highlights objects and stories that reflect the ingenuity and thrift of local country people and the theme of  ‘making-do’ is consistent throughout the exhibition.  The Ungarie Museum has hundreds of tales to tell and the

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Yarrawonga-Mulwala Pioneer Museum

Pioneer aviation and pioneer agriculture are major themes of the Yarrawonga-Mulwala Pioneer Museum. A highlight of the museum’s collection is a biplane built by local pioneer aviator Douglas Sloane in 1913. It is one of very few designs from the early period of aviation in Australia to have survived to the present day. The wing

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Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Aboriginal Corporation

Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre is a traditional owner organisation based in the towns of Deniliquin and Balranald in the Riverina region of NSW. Yarkuwa was formed in 2003, in part, to ensure traditional owner knowledge was preserved for further generations.  The aims of the organisation are: – To collate and maintain cultural, heritage and environment

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Sir Donald Bradman Birthplace Museum

Granny Scholz, the mid-wife who delivered “The greatest batsman the world has ever known” Sir Donald Bradman on 27th August 1908, operated a small private hospital in the front room of the building at 89 Adams Street. The building was refurbished in 1991, and now his birthplace has been lovingly restored with the official opening

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Junee Roundhouse Museum

The Junee Roundhouse is one of few surviving, working railway Roundhouses in the Southern Hemisphere. It is also home to the only working steam driven accident crane. Of a number built in America in the early 1940’s, five were brought to Australia by the US Army Corps. With the end of the war, the NSW

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Observer Printery Museum

In a time where the humble local newspaper was the dominant form of media and news, the Observer Printery was first established in Henty in 1905. The printing equipment was brought from the Border Post in Albury and transported by bullock team to Henty. The Printery was housed in a galvanized iron shed, then later

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Headlie Taylor Header Museum

Headlie Taylor invented the header harvester in 1914 and significantly improved grain harvesting technology in Australia and throughout the world  using a forge, anvil and primitive tools in the days of horse drawn implements.  Next came a series of inventions and improvements, while contending with world wars, pandemics, depressions and droughts, which led to the

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Wagga Wagga Railway Heritage Museum

We’re preserving our local rail history so that school children, rail enthusiasts, visitors, families can visit and enjoy it with us! We have an active volunteer workforce of current and former railway employees who look after our treasured assets. Drop in and see us, the museum is located on the historic Wagga Wagga Railway Station

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Jindera Pioneer Museum

The first German settlers arrived in the Jindera area in 1867, having trecked from Adelaide in horse drawn wagons. Before they arrived, probably in the 1840s, a small wattle and daub hut was built just off the main track through town. This hut still stands at the site of the Jindera Pioneer Museum, and probably

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Coolamon RSL Museum

The award winning museum houses an extensive collection of military items from pre-federation to the present day. Originally known as the Coffee Palace, the RSL Hall in Coolamon has seen many changes. Purchased by the RSL in 1919, the hall has been a home for former soldiers who found themselves down on their luck. During

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Griffith Pioneer Park Museum

Explore the history of Griffith and the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area as you walk around — and into — an extensive collection of buildings and artefacts from the region. Within these and throughout the Park are many of the machines, tools and other artefacts from the history of Griffith and the construction of the Riverina’s ‘food

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Temora Aviation Museum

Temora has a rich and noteworthy aviation history having been home to the No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School (10 EFTS) set up by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) in May 1941. No 10 EFTS was the largest and longest lived of the flying schools established under the Empire Air Training Scheme during World

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National Museum of Australian Pottery

Would you like a unique opportunity to further your knowledge and appreciation of our early Australian pottery heritage? Then why not visit the National Museum of Australian Pottery which is the only Museum dedicated to 19th and early 20th century Australian pottery and is the culmination of many years of collecting and research throughout Australia.

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RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre

In addition to the Heritage Centre, pictured, the RAAF Base Wagga has a display of static aircraft at the front gate which can be viewed at any time. Currently a Canberra bomber, Meteor jet, Mirage and Sabre fighters and a Winjeel trainer may be seen on display. Wagga Wagga RAAF Museum was officially opened in June 1995

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Temora Rural Museum

The Temora Rural Museum is the centerpiece of Temora’s vibrant new social heritage precinct, the Bundawarrah Centre. Set in landscaped grounds, the Museum offers an amazing variety of exhibits and working examples of rural technology that recall the historical experience of living and working in the Temora community. Regular working bees by museum volunteers, every

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Tocumwal Railway Heritage Museum

The Tocumwal Railway Heritage Museum is located in the historic railway station. At the western end of town, there are three museum areas. The front museum incorporates photos and memorabilia dating back to 1908 and a steam train mural. There is rail and Lion’s Club memorabilia, along with tea rooms in the middle room and the

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