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Bundaberg museum is open - so take a step back in time today
We all know that the Bundaberg Botanical Gardens were affected badly during the devastating floods at the beginning of the year. However, the Bundaberg and District Historical Museum, which is situated in the gardens, was lucky and escaped the water and any damage, therefore is open and ready for you to take a step back in time. The Bundaberg and District Historical Museum has been storing Bundabergâ€™s precious history since 1967. The museum began its days at Normanby House, which was the home of the president at the time, Mrs Agnes Baker MBE. In November, 1988 the museum moved to its current location within the Botanic Gardens and Historical Attraction Complex. Walking into the Bundaberg and District Historical Museum is like taking a step back time. The museum is set out in a way that each area is designated to a particular item or era and you truly get a sense of what it must have been like way back then. The museum houses many items of history artefacts such as clothing, machinery, photographs, utensils and so much more. Learn more about our great region and some of the great pioneers that helped to make Bundaberg what it is today. Visit the Bundaberg and District Historical Museum in the Botanic Gardens. The museum is open seven days a week from 10am to 4pm.
BUNDABERG & DISTRICT
HISTORICAL MUSEUM OPEN DAILY 10am to 4pm ADMISSION CHARGES APPLY
Visit Bundabergâ€™s Past via photographs and artefacts
How did the pioneers live? What industries and services are still in existence? How has Bundaberg changed over the years?
Botanic Gardens, North Bundaberg
Ph: 4152 0101