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Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum

The museum houses a collection of more than 8,000 historical items – including authentic furnishings, household items and clothing, along with the wagons of early settlers and machinery used in Hervey Bay’s sugar cane industry.

There are 19 original buildings spread across three acres at the complex, including a faithfully furnished slab hut from 1898, a complete railway station, century old church, fully equipped blacksmith shop and dairy shed and the old Dundowran State School.

Blacksmith, woodturning, corn shelling and rope making demonstrations on Sundays from 1pm to 3pm.

Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum
13 Zephyr Street

Opening Hours
Friday and Saturday from 1pm – 4.30pm
Sundays from 10.30am – 4.30pm
All Queensland School and Public Holidays
(Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday)

More information on museum website.

Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum
Museum dairy
Workers and goods transport for Caltex
Dundowran State School
Milking Shed

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