LOCATION2A Cullen Street, Cohuna
OPENING HOURSMondays - 10am - 12noon
The items we display in our museum have all been used locally. These range from the early 1800’s to the present day. This is the criteria for our collection which consists of a variety of household items and memorabilia of the district, including a fence post cut by Albert Jacka, Australia’s first V.C. winner, who worked in the district prior to World War One. There is also part of an original tree marked by Major Mitchell; the Macorna telephone exchange and a potato masher originally owned by Ned Kelly’s mother. Our Archives house extensive historical, sporting and Family History records.