Deniliquin and District Historical Society Museum

Built in the 1880's, the building was the original home of Deniliquin Police Inspector, J. Dowling Brown, who later became Superintendent of the South West District of New South Wales. Over the years, this wonderful building fell into disrepair until rescued by the Historical Society in 1986.

Today, the building contains a fascinating collection of early photographs and items of both historical and social significance to our region. Temporary displays are also featured that focus on specific aspects of our local history.

For more information: https://mgnsw.org.au

Nearby events

  1. Muso Night

    Saturday 01 December 2018 to Saturday 03 August 2019 , Deniliquin

    Muso Night is a regular showcase of talented local artists performing an ever-evolving genre collection of songs in the relaxed and casual venue, the Deniliquin Club. This is a free, must-attend evening. Come along and enjoy the good vibe…

    01 Dec - 03 Aug
  2. Naponda Farmers Market

    Saturday 08 December 2018 to Saturday 08 June 2019 , Deniliquin

    Naponda Farmers Market is held on the second Saturday morning of the month in the beautiful Waring Gardens in downtown Deniliquin. Local producers display a wide range of fresh, locally-produced fruit, vegetables, pastries, breads, meats,…

    08 Dec - 08 Jun