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Pioneer Women’s Hut Museum
Located in Tumburumba in the Riverina on Ngarigo Country, the Pioneer Women’s Hut is committed to preserving rural women’s heritage. Cleverly themed, it reflects the ingenuity used by European women to find solutions to the challenges of looking after a family in early rural times.
Professor Donald Horne in The Intelligent Tourist cited the Pioneer Women’s Hut as the most innovative small museum in Australia.
The Heritage Quilt Museum is an off-shoot of the Pioneer Women’s Hut’s initiative to create the National Quilt Register and showcases a stunning display of colonial and post-federation era quilts; each hand-made and with a good story to tell.
Glenroy Heritage Reserve, Tumbarumba Road, Tumbarumba NSW 2653