The Tweed Regional Museum is a Tweed Shire Council community facility, established in 2004, with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Tweed Shire Council and the Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads and Uki and South Arm Historical Societies.Plan your visit to Tweed Regional Museum - Murwillumbah and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Murwillumbah holiday maker .
It is one museum that operates across three branch locations; Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads and Uki, and in association with these three local Historical Societies. The three locations connect the Tweed Shire from the coast to the mountains, providing a unique journey into the history, people and places of the majestic Tweed Valley.
The Murwillumbah branch is located in the original Tweed Shire Council Chambers of 1915, with significant objects such as the massive Robey steam engine, the original Council Chambers meeting table and larger-than-life fibreglass Banana Jim, mascot of the annual Banana Festival.
Tweed Heads Branch
The Tweed Heads branch consists of four historic buildings that have been relocated to a tranquil riverside park setting. One of these buildings, the former RSL Hall, has been closed to the public from Monday 2 June 2014 due to public workplace and safety issues.
Displays have been temporarily removed to the Museum's purpose-built storage facility for safe keeping.
The Tweed Heads Historical Society research facilities housed in the Court House building, as well as the historic Boyds Shed and Deck House, remain open to the public during normal opening hours.
The smallest branch of the Museum is in the picturesque village of Uki, nestled at the base of Wollumbin - Mt Warning. This branch is a local heritage resource centre housing a small collection of historic objects and photographs about life over the years in the remote upper reaches of the Valley.
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Tweed Regional Museum - Murwillumbah Reviews
Only a 45 minute drive south from the Gold Coast is the peaceful town of Murwillumbah. What a surprise this lovely restored council building is nestling in amongst the rolling green hills and the back... more »
Next time you're travelling down the coast from Queensland to NSW, why not stop at Murwillumbah for morning tea or lunch and check out the Tweed Regional Museum. It's in a lovely restored old building... more »
Great local museum. Very well done. Very friendly.
Staff were incredibly welcoming and informative. The children's area and activities were great! Would definitely recommend a visit.
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