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The Alumny School operated from 1872 until 1969. It is now a living museum of school life with significant pieces of equipment, school records and memorabilia reflecting various stages of education over these years. It's a trip in a time-machine bac.. Read more...
465 Lawrence Road, Alumy Creek (map)
0488 708 555
The Museum is housed in a specially built section of the Glenreagh School of Arts. Relics of the gold mining days, original indigenous inhabitants, the early timber industry and local family history are on display. There’s an extensive collection .. Read more...
62 Coramba Street, Glenreagh (map)
(02) 6649 2136 or (02) 6649 2001
The Iluka Museum promotes understanding and appreciation of the unique history of the Iluka area. It is located in the Soldiers Memorial Hall, built in 1923 by volunteer labour and funded almost entirely by the local residents. Open Wednesday.. Read more...
Charles Street, Iluka (map)
02 6646 6673 or 02 66459135
The Lawrence Museum is established in the old ABC 2NR radio transmitter building (under the big mast). As well as the usual memorabilia the museum highlights items associated with radio broadcasting from its very early years in Australia. Highlights.. Read more...
Merton Street, Lawrence (map)
(02) 6647 7588
The Bicentennial Museum is one of very few purpose-built museums in rural Australia. The excellent design enables visitors to easily understand and enjoy the range of special displays. There are delightful replicas of an ea.. Read more...
Cnr Wharf & Grafton Streets, Maclean (map)
(02) 6645 3416
Located at the Garden Shed Nursery, the Ross Mcleod Bell Collection is a fascinating life-time collection of bells and Australiana memorabilia. Big bells, small bells, animal bells, church bells, Australian and international bells, well over a 1000. .. Read more...
Lawrence Nursery, 45 Richmond Street, Lawrence (map)
0438 603 333
Schaeffer House is the headquarters of the Clarence River Historical Society. The homestead was built by the son of a pioneer German family, Mr F W C Schaeffer, between 1901 and 1903. The Society was formed in 1931 and is the oldest country historica.. Read more...
190 Fitzroy Street, Grafton (map)
(02) 6642 5212
The Sisters of Mercy have lived and worked in Grafton and district since 1884. St Mary's College building (pictured) dates from 1929. In the garden at the front of the property is a fascinating series of sculptured bronze murals depicting the histo.. Read more...
Cnr Victoria & Villiers Street, Grafton (map)
(02) 6642 1133
Enjoy a step back in time at our unique outdoor historical attraction with good old fashioned bush hospitality and entertainment. This Australiana heritage delight is perfect for tour groups but also conferences and special funct.. Read more...
22 Collette Street, Tucabia (map)
(02) 6644 8076
The Shed Gallery opened in June 2003 and consists of photography documenting the earliest days of the sugar industry, when it was all done by hand. The digitally enhanced photographs also depict the pioneering families of Goodwood Island and surround.. Read more...
12 Unwins Lane, Goodwood Island (map)
(02) 6646 4319
Why did they build those walls in the Clarence River? Who really introduced surfing to Australia? These and other questions about Yamba's history are answered in this award-winning museum. Come and explore Yamba's strong maritime history and the im.. Read more...
River Street, Yamba (next to golf club) (map)
(02) 6646 1399
Groups of 10 or more catered for. Bookings essential.
423 Carrs Peninsula Road, Carrs Peninsula via Grafton 2460
(02) 6642 6640
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