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Temora Rural Museum - Temora
Step back in time at Temora Rural Museum and experience life through the past two centuries.
The museum showcases the rich heritage of not only Temora Shire, but agriculture, gold mining and many other facets of country life in general.
One of Australia’s most outstanding rural museums, it will take you on a trip down memory lane, providing an insight into the lives of pioneering rural families.
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.
The museum also houses the Temora Family and Local History research centre, which is a great resource for anyone interested in investigating their family’s roots.
9.30am to 5pm daily