The museum holds a detailed history of Kyogle and District dating back pre 1900’s. An extensive pictorial collection, maps, stories and items of memorabilia display the path of the early selectors and settlers. Whether they were on the land, timber getters, railway workers or town’s business people, their story is told here.
The Museum has reopened in Sept 2020 (after shut down due to C-19). Current exhibit displays the history of the Timber Industry since the inception of Kyogle area.
The museum is situated in lovely new premises in Bloore Street, Kyogle, next door to the Library, and is managed by the volunteer members from the Kyogle and District Historical Society. Many parts of other historical buildings around Kyogle have been used in the new building. Members and non members may research during the time we are open.
New opening times are Saturdays from 9.00am to 1.00pm and Thursdays from 10.00am to 2.00pm. Bus groups and others can ring and make viewing appointments for other times. Small complex run by volunteers.