Murwillumbah Museum

The Murwillumbah branch is located in the original Shire Council Chambers of 1915, with significant objects such as the massive Robey steam engine, the original Council Chambers meeting table, a unique ornithological display of rare local species, a wonderful radio collection and larger-than-life fibreglass Banana Jim, mascot of the annual Banana Festival.

Murwillumbah MuseumMurwillumbah Museum, Historical Photo: NSWArts

The museum is currently closed for renovations.

Phone:02 6672 1865



Murwillumbah Historical Society Inc.
The history of the Tweed Valley comes alive through memorabillia; photographs; newspapers; documents and domestic farm equipment. Aboriginal artifacts & geographical specimens; civilian and military radio equipment; items of World War I & II and Robey Steam Engine on display. All holdings have been generously donated by the public, family members, businesses and other organisations.
Admission Charges:
Adults $2; Children under 6 yrs. no charge if accompanied by parents; Primary Children $1; Secondary School Children $1.50; School Project Research – No Charge
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm, Every Wednesday, Friday and 4th Sunday of month or by appointment (excluding Public Holidays)
Research Fees: Minimum Fee $12 plus photocopying
Membership Fees: $7.50 per annum per person.
Monthly Meetings: Held at the Museum 3rd Monday each Month, 7.30 pm. All members, new members and visitors welcome.
Robey steam engine, Murwillumbah Museum

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2 Queensland Road
Murwillumbah, NSW 2484