Boulia Stone House Museum

The stone house was constructed in the 1880s. The Museum features local historical items of interest, including photographs, machinery, communications and cultural materials from the local area.

Address: 
Pituri Street, Boulia, QLD
Tel: 
0754376481
Hours: 
8.00am - 5.00pm
Admission: 
$2.20
Facilities: 
Limited wheelchair access, tours by appointment
Collection: 
The Stone House, The Fossil Museum, The Howard Cottage with photographs, medical and local items, rural items.
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Items

Stone House

Boulia Museum

Creator:
Jones Family
Description:
First stone house built in Boulia. It was also unique in having a cellar
Date:
c1870s

Fossil Museum

Creator:
Dick Sutor
Description:
Fossils collected from the local area.
Date:
1990s

Hospital Objects

Creator:
Boulia Historical Society
Description:
This collection includes items from the Old Boulia hospital. There is a reconstructed hospital room made in the museum for the display of these objects.
Date:
1890-1960s

Rural Items

Creator:
Boulia Historical Society
Description:
A collection of old items used by stockmen and graziers in the early years. Items include packsaddles, water containers, paddles, hobbles, branding irons, wool baling equipment etc
Date:
1900-1980

Photographs

Creator:
Boulia Hisotrical Society
Description:
Old photographs, news items, postcards, war cards etc
Date:
1890-1900s