PLEASE OBSERVE SOCIAL DISTANCING & HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE.
WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT DURING THIS TIME.
TREASURE HUNT - EVERYDAY
FREE ENTRY TO THE MUSEUM - CHILDREN UNDER 16
The museum is open every day and we have a treasure hunt activity to keep children busy in the museum.
Small prize if they answer all the questions.
Ask at the font desk on arrival.
The Museum hosts a range of arts based workshops during the school terms on site. These are organised and run by individual operators. If you are interested, please contact the Museum.
Phone 4441 - 5675
WALKING THROUGH A SONGLINE
OPENS ON 4TH FEBRUARY 2023
A dramatic digital experience based on a component of the National Museum of Australia’s internationally acclaimed exhibition Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters.
Walking through a Songline is a portable pop-up light installation in which visitors can immersive themselves and experience the nexus between ancient knowledge and new technology.
FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH
SUMMER: Twilight Markets 3pm - 7pm(October - April)
WINTER: Morning Markets 10am - 1pm(May - September)
Enjoy our monthly markets on the first Saturday of the month where we profile a variety of arts and crafts, home wares, local produce, and a range of food choices, including our fundraising BBQ. Relax by the pond with Music and refreshments.
If you are a market stall-holder who would like to join us at our market, please click on the following link: Expression of Interest
If you are a musician or band who is interested in playing at the markets, please click on the following link: Market Music
BIRDSONG: COMING BACK FROM THE ASHES
The sudden absence of birdsong in those places hit hardest by the 2019-20 summer bushfires was heard by everyone. Birds are an ever-present link for us to the healing powers of nature. When they disappear, that link is broken.
But, the reverse is also true. Seeing birds return to our gardens and local bushland became a subject for conversation, as well as being significant for nature conservation. Birds were being seen more than ever, ironically when so many had been lost.
A photographic exhibition by Shoalhaven Birdlife.
IMAGE: ROCK WARBLER BY CHRIS GROUNDS