Deniliquin & District Historical Society Museum

If you love Australian history, then the Museum of the Deniliquin and District Historical Society is the place for you to visit.

The museum, in the beautiful old building of the former police inspector's residence built in th 1880's, nestles at 3 Macauly Street, next to the scenic Edward River.

The museum contains an extensive display and historical record of Deniliquin and its people, reflecting the different facets of a lively community.

The main attractions include:

  • Shearing equipment
  • Police records
  • Historical costumes
  • Newspapers dating back to 1859, and
  • Items relating to the history of Deniliquin town band, Picnic Races, Red Cross and a war veterans display.

Open on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 10am-2pm, or by appointment with $5 entry.

Contact: Secretary Janice Harrington on 0408 454 984.

A fascinating collection!