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Cundletown Museum to reopen to the public

Margaret Love stands inside the Coleman Pavilion at the Cundletown Museum. The pavilion, which opened in 2017, houses larger items, including farming artefacts. Photo: Scott Calvin.
Margaret Love stands inside the Coleman Pavilion at the Cundletown Museum. The pavilion, which opened in 2017, houses larger items, including farming artefacts. Photo: Scott Calvin.

Are you feeling the need to 'break free' from isolation, yet stay close to home?

Want to reconnect, but ensure social distancing measures?

Cundletown Museum can offer you all this and more.

Having been closed during the COVID-19 outbreak, the museum will be reopened to the public from June 9, offering you the freedom to walk, talk, observe and appreciate the collections, whilst still retaining appropriate distancing in the museum's spacious display areas.

The members and volunteers of Cundletown Museum are eager to welcome visitors to journey back pre-COVID-19, to enjoy a time when the Manning Valley was evolving, and to marvel at the ingenuity of the past.

Research requests are available, an assortment of local history books of the region are on sale, and unique crafts, gifts and locally made jams and pickles are still stocked.

Cundletown Museum is open from 10am to 3pm Tuesday to Sunday, and admission is $5 per person.

As the museum does not have eftpos it would be appreciated if visitors could bring the correct money.

Enquiries contact Margaret phone 0428 522 556.