Clifton and District Historical Museum

This is a rural museum which tries to preserve a way of life from early settlement. A collection of early farm machinery, tractors, wool presses, blacksmithing tools, picture show projectors and dairy equipment is on display. Corn threshing by machine and by hand is demonstrated on open day, as well as rope making and spinning.

Address: 
King Street South, Clifton, QLD
Tel: 
076973383
Hours: 
10am-4.30pm 1st and 3rd Sunday in month or by appointment
Admission: 
Adults $2, children $1, groups $1 family $5
Facilities: 
Wheelchair access, guided tours, school tours, small shop, toilets nearby
Collection: 
300 documents, 200 photographs, 100 farm machines, 20 Aboriginal artefacts
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