Echuca Historical Society
|Old Police Station 1 Dickson Street Echuca, Victoria 3564 (03)54801325 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Echuca Historical Society located in the 'National Trust' building of the '1969 Echuca Police Station and Cell complex' has been in operation since 1960, collecting and preserving the history of the town and area.|
|It is a local history museum, with a strong focus on recording the early settlement along the Murray River, and has an extensive collection of photos and archives including the Riverine Herald since 1864 and Council Rate Books since 1863 on microfilm which can be called upon when required.|
|Our museum is operated by volunteers and
is open 11am till 3pm, 7 days per week, with special
attention given to visiting schools, groups and social
clubs. Should you need assistance (ie wheelchair or
such) please let us know prior. You can drive into our
yard and be amongst the exhibits immediately.
NOTE: Days of 40 degrees or more we may close approx 2pm.
|Members are daily working with the collection and conservation of historical items, and the furthering of the knowledge of our history and heritage within the community.|
|Several of our members are very experienced researchers, addressing enquiries for research from the general public, developers, state & local Government departments.|
|2014 Certificate of Accreditation - Museums Australia (Vic)|
|2014 Australia Day Award - Arts Group of the Year Echuca & District - award|
Self Guided Walk Brochure of CBD & Heritage Precinct
is available at Echuca Historical Society orEchuca Moama Visitor Information Centre.
or download here
|WALKING TOURS FOR STUDENTS - see School Projects Page.|
|WHERE TO FIND US|
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