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At Peace
Symbolism and Ritual
From October 27th 2020

Reflecting on the curious, the significant and the ceremonial aspects of our 'last great adventure', 1850-2020

Some extracts from our Visitors Books:


5/11/20 – D. & R. Reeves – "A comprehensive and extensive display. I is terrific!"


3/11/20 – Lilan & Elisha Rosevear – "Amazing displays - so much detail and care taken, very informative."

7/9/20 – Natalie – "Fantastic displays. Kids loved touching and feeling sea shells and stars. It is wonderful."

6/9/20 – Zaina – "The displays were interseting and detailed. Some were funny. It was really good."

14/7/20 – A. Sellick – "I think it was brilliant!"

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


20/2/20 – Sydney – "A great museum!"


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It is with deep regret that we mark the passing of our former Secretary Judy Whelan.   Our condolences to Tony Whelan and family.


Welcome back!


Great to see you.

Social distancing and hand sanitation requirements are in place, and we ask you abide by requirements that help keep our community safe.

 
Our standard opening days
and times are:
Tue/Wed/Thur :  10am - 3pm

Admission fees:
$5 per head, children under 12 free.


Facilities

Accessible Toilets
Research Library
Reading Room
Kid's Space



Fund-raising for us -

Fun for you!

Quality pre-loved books from modern fiction to local history and hobbies.

Enter via our Water Gardens gate. Tue/Wed/Thur 10-3

Gem of a Partnership
We are delighted to announce that we are hosting the Batemans Bay Lapidary Club, following bush-fire destruction of its former home in Mogo’s original Gold Rush Colony.

Their cabinet displays are located in our Geology Exhibitions room, and space provided so they can continue to wield their tools and reveal the beauty of engraving, cutting, or polishing stones and gems.

They hold workshops and fossicking trips, and
we are very excited to have them around.
Another reason to visit!  Just click on the image above to visit their website.

Lapidary Club Display Cab in Geology Room

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.