Gloucester Museum is full of fascinating local history and valuable artefacts. Accompanying the Aboriginal artefacts and artwork are substantial collections dating from the 1826 European arrival.
The collection and preservation of photographic records, memorabilia and archival material dates back to 1826 when Gloucester and surrounding towns were named by the Australian Agricultural Company's Agent Mr. Robert Dawson soon after his arrival.
Friendly staff are on hand to assist in providing a most enjoyable experience down memory lane for a small entry fee.
Bus groups visiting Gloucester are welcome and are offered personalised guided tours of the Museum and/or the district at a time convenient to you.