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The Greens Gunyah museum is certainly worth a look. Entry is only $5 and it also serves as an information center for the Riverina. Some beautiful artwork, mostly portraits and some very interesting and historic artifacts. When we finished I was left wondering how I would have handled life all those years ago. A very enjoyable visit.
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A large collection of memorabilia and stories of the early locals. Well looked after by enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers. The wool art is amazing!
Most museums have interesting historical items but the Green Gunyah Museum has something absolutely unique - the natural wool art created by Doris Golder. Photos are not allowed, but a booklet is available showing all the portraits of some famous Australians as well as animals and landscapes. How Doris Golder could create these masterpieces using natural wool fibres is just incredible. But there are lots of other historical items to make this an incredible place to visit.
What an outstanding facility for such a small place. An eclectic collection ranging from ancient Aboriginal artefacts, to some very rare and collectable antique tractors.