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Museums

The Bowraville Folk Museum

The Bowraville Folk Museum The Bowraville Folk Museum

 

 The Bowraville Folk Museum was officially opened on the 13th December 1970 by members of the Bowraville & District Historical Society as a Captain Cook Bi-Centenary Celebration project. The original building was a general store operated by Mr, W. Tuck and owned by Mr. J. Newman. the building was known as the 'Red House'.

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Frank Partridge VC Military Museum

Military MuseumMilitary Museum

The museum has numerous galleries representing all of the services and covering all of the conflicts that Australia has been involved in. It also has a Heavy Equipment Display Area which features a Bofors Gun, Jeep, Blitz Wagon, 25pdr Field Gun, Mark 8 Torpedo, Vietnam War 'Mule' and other items. The museum also boasts one of the most comprehensive military reference libraries in the state