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Northcliffe Pioneer Museum

Visit the Northcliffe Pioneer Museum to discover what life was like in the 1920's - 30s group settlement days.

Details

Hours: Daily 10am - 3pm

Description

Northcliffe Pioneer Museum, at the crossroads in the centre of town, welcomes your visit every day of the year between 10 am and 3 pm.
Northcliffe, established in isolated forest, saw 2000 pioneers and their children develop dairy farms with nothing more than hand tools. Despite the hardships of poverty, Depression, WW2, bushfires and drought these brave families have left behind for us to see their lifestyle, the tools, the bush school and the forest industry. Their photographs allow us to share their lives.
Unique to WA is the George Gardner Rock and Fossil Collection where you will find leaves 300 million years old.
Entry is by donation.

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Location

Cnr Windy Harbour Rd & Muirillup Rd, Northcliffe WA 6262

Directions

Located in the centre of Northcliffe at the crossroads of Wheatley Coast Rd & Muirillup Rd, next to the playground.

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Gemma S
Relevant and interesting
Our family really enjoyed our visit to the museum. A lovely inexpensive stop. Manned by volunteers and entry by donation. Highly recommend.