One of Australia’s outstanding rural museums, it will take you on a trip down memory lane, providing an insight into the lives of pioneering rural families.
The museum is managed by a section 355 committee of Temora Shire Council in co-operation with a dedicated group of local volunteers. Regular working bees by museum volunteers over the past 30 years have added many features to the display including a cottage of hardwood slabs that was Sir Donald Bradman’s first home, a one room public school, bush church, country dance hall, printery, flour mill and ambulance station.
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