New South Wales

New South Wales

Mid-Richmond Historical Society

The Mid-Richmond Historical Society Museum is housed in the former Woodburn shire Council Chambers in Adams Street, Coraki.

Nowra Museum

Located in the former Nowra Police Station building (c1900), the Nowra Museum has displays which focus on life in the Nowra district in years gone by.

Old School Museum

The Museum collection is housed in a building of local stone, listed on the Register of National Estate and comprising a schoolmaster's residence and attached schoolroom (c.1873).

Bedervale Historic Homestead

John Verge designed the country homestead Bedervale set in a pleasant eight acre garden on a working rural property. The homestead adjoins an earlier enclosed courtyard and farmyard.


This two storey Georgian style school house (ca1840) displays furniture, clothing, personal and household items, photographs and other objects from the late 1800s to the mid 1900s.

Richmond River Historical Society Inc. Museum

The museum is housed in the upper level of Lismore Municipal Building, a heritage building.

Ungarie Museum

The Ungarie Museum contains items of historical interest, donated by residents over the years. These include old photographs, bottles, rocks, other small collectibles, farming implements, household equipment and books.

Wauchope District Historical Society Inc.

The Building housing museum is over 140 years old, previously RC Church Rawdon Island. Family tree research. Community based historical society. Story of Jimmy Governor, last outlaw of New South Wales walks.

Rouse Hill estate

Rouse Hill estate is one of Australia's most culturally important historic properties, not only for its artefacts, furnishings, buildings

Port Macquarie Astronomical Association Observatory

The Observatory house a 314mm reflecting telescope with tracking mechanism, pendulum clock controlled, several small portable telescopes, an auditorium with seating accommodation for 65 people and projectors for lecturing. Toilet Facilities with Wheelchair Access.

Alne Bank

Built in 1851, Alne Bank is a late Georgian house of stuccoed rubble stone with cedar fittings and furniture. It has been the home of the Hindmarsh family for five generations, and it features a stone barn housing museum pieces, a family cemetery and a working dairy.

Silverton Gaol Museum

The Museum is housed in former Silverton Gaol (1889) and warden's residence and hospital room. Police Station and Gaol closed in 1943. The Broken Hill Historical Society opened a museum on the premises in 1968.

Don Bank Museum

Don Bank is an early 19th century cottage and a surviving example of a timber slab house construction. The house was one of the first built on the Wollstonecraft land grant and has connections to the Berry and Wollstonecraft families.

Manilla Historical Society Royce Cottage Museum

The building that houses our collection is over 100 years old and is the oldest building in the main street. It is heritage listed with the national trust and is owned by the Manilla shire council. For many a year a baker's shop, Royce Cottage was originally built for Mr G.H.

Jerilderie Doll World

Approximately 2,000 dolls are on display in Jerilderie Doll World. Special features include international dolls from over fifty countries in national costume and porcelain dolls which have been handmade on the premises, displayed in various nursery rhyme settings.2,000 dolls

Murwillumbah Museum

A truly 'old style' museum with artefacts and images crammed into every available space, including aboriginal artefacts (although most were donated to the new Minjungbal Aboriginal Museum at South Tweed Heads), thunder eggs from Mt.Warning's caldera, relics of the 'cedar-getter' era, farm tools &