We only charge a small fee
— David McCulloch
Children love our museum, with interactive displays and olde days artifacts to see.
The “Whooraboorabee” School was located in the Lower Nambucca area in the 1890’s.
The school is a curiosity for locals and historians alike as there is no official registration of the school with the Department of Education.
A original school photograph dated c.1894 was donated to the museum and the names of students from pioneering families have been identified, it is a great tale of discovery, hardship and perseverance.
It’s just one of the many stories you and your family will discover at the Nambucca Headland Museum. Your kids will enjoy ringing the old school bell, like those pioneer’s children did all those years ago.
Come and have a look around
Nambucca Headland Museum is run by volunteers who are passionate and dedicated to preserving our local history.
We are always after volunteers to help our cause.
If you have only a few hours to spare a week or a month, please contact us.
One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time!