Crawford House Museum

sign reading 'Crawford House Museum' in front of a single-storey historic house with beige walls and fenced verandah

The Crawford House Museum is located in the heritage town of Alstonville, on Bundjalung country, in the Northen Rivers region of New South Wales. Crawford House, originally known as ‘Olivene’, was built in 1910 for Mr William Ambrose Crawford and his wife Olive. The museum features many interesting household objects reflecting family life from the […]

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Port Macquarie Museum

Brick building painted entirely bright red with dark green details

The Port Macquarie Museum is located in the town of Port Macquarie, on Birpai Country, in the Mid-North Coast region of New South Wales. Since 1957, this award winning museum has told the stories of those that made Port Macquarie special. From the town’s origins as the traditional land of the Birpai people, to the […]

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Tweed Regional Museum

Tweed Regional Museum operates across two venues in Murwillumbah and Tweed Heads, on Bundjalung Country, in the North Coast region of New South Wales.  Established by the Tweed Shire Council in 2004 with the support of the Murwullimbah, Tweed Heads and Uki Historical Societies, the combined museum operation hosts vibrant permanent displays and temporary exhibitions tracing […]

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