Where our stories live!


Some extracts from our Visitors Books:


10/3/20 – G. Beechran – "Displays very clear, clean and well arranged. Great variety"


20/2/20 – Sydney – "A great museum!"


12/11/19 – Mal & Wendy – "Most interesting collection - great effort."


8/10/19 – James Hall – "A lot of devotion and hard work is evident here - thanks"


2/10/19 – Pauline Foster – "I think it has been a very good experience to see all this history."


12/9/19 – Bonnie MacKinnon – "Everything brought back memories."

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It's been bad...

Our grateful thanks to all committed to securing the safety of people and property in these disastrous events for our native flora and fauna.

Opening Hours

REFER Closure Details at right

Standard Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday:
10am to 3pm
Groups any day by appointment

Museum entry fees

Children under 12 FREE
Adults $5.00 per head
Guided Groups $7.00 per head

Visit our fabulous
Second Hand
Book Emporium
offers best value
in town.
Modern Fiction Holiday Reading
Non-fiction Reference Children
History Military Arts Crafts

Open Tues/Wed/Thurs
10am to 3pm

WE’RE LIKE THE TARDIS

- much bigger than we look!


We recommend allowing 90 minutes for your visit to the Museum, in order to gain a full appreciation of the scale of the Collections (and our Bookshops).

Facilities

Accessible Toilets
Research Library
Reading Room
Kid's Space
Please Note:  The CLYDE RIVER & BATEMANS BAY HISTORICAL SOCIETY INC is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) from 01 Jul 2000. It is covered by Items 1 & 4 of the table in section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997


Acknowledgement:

The Historical Society acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live, and offers our respect to Elders, past, present and future.