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Welcome to the website of

The Clyde River and Batemans Bay Historical Society

(Accredited under the National Standards for Australian Museums and Galleries)

Group Bookings


- 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).

Museum Tours are led by volunteers who love to share the stories of our collection.

Personalised/Guided tours can be organised to meet the requirements of groups from 6 to 45.

Please contact the Secretary (02) 4472 1635, or email to [email protected] to arrange details.

A fee of $7.00 per head applies, which is in addition to the $5 Museum entry fee.  Thus total cost per head is $12.


Include Morning/Afternoon tea in your booking – small fee according to your requirements

On Board Talks

Too tired to get off? Time limited? See our town through the eyes of a local heritage volunteer. It can be extended to include the village of Nelligen if required. It’s very popular!


Gazunda the bed: Three men looking at the Cupboards of Curiosity

Guest Speaker Programme

We are delighted to offer guest speakers able to entertain and inform on a range of subjects, illustrated by artefacts from our collection.

Community Displays

We are happy to support community events with displays of historic material.

Please contact the Secretary or President on (02) 4472 1635, or email to the addresses shown above, to discuss your requirements.

Accessibility Statement:

*Disability parking spaces are available in front of the former Community Centre, opposite Museum entrance.

*Mobility walkers and small standard wheelchairs can access the Courthouse and internal displays.

*Toilet facilities are accessible for mobility walkers and small standard wheelchairs, within the limits of a heritage building.

*Most external exhibits are accessible via a concrete footpath, suitable for both mobility walkers and standard wheelchairs.