Discover local history and see how early settlers lived and worked.
The Museum features rooms with furniture and objects used by local families. The bedroom and parlour are typical of rooms in more prosperous households during the Nineteenth Century. Life on the farm is evoked in the colonial kitchen with its handmade furniture. The kitchen and laundry recall what life was like before electricity.
You can sit in the schoolroom and dream of ‘the best days of your life’. Outside is a stockman’s hut, air-raid shelter and a working blacksmith’s shop. The farm shed contains agricultural, dairy and other implements as well as horse drawn vehicles.
|Wednesday||Noon to 3.00pm|
|Saturday||Noon to 3.00pm|
Sunday Noon to 3.00pm
Group and school visits can be arranged outside normal opening hours
11 Market St,
Wollongong NSW 2500
(02) 4228 7770 (please leave a message)
Entry is FREE but donations are appreciated. Donations of $2.00 or more may be tax deductible. Please ask for a receipt.
Group visits out of normal opening times are possible and attract a charge of $3.00 per person.