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Temora Rural Museum, Temora

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Specialty Museum
This massive site tells the story of the development of rural Australia through a vast collection of original buildings and exhibits.

Discover the indigenous heritage of Temora, the evolution of agricultural settlement, the impact of the gold rush and the war years, and how the rural lifestyle has changed with technology. Also housing Sir Donald Bradman's first home, the Temora Ambulance Museum, and the Temora Rock and Mineral museum, lifestyle and textile displays and a working collection of farm machinery and engines; there is more to see than you can squeeze into one day.

Don't miss the Annual Exhibition held on 2nd Saturday of March each year.
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Reviews
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  • Lots of Rural junk, but here's the surprise most of it is in working order! Even better there were lots of "old blokes" about, who were doing maintenance and were able to answer ALL the questions. It ...  more »
  • Group visit. Very impressive range of exhibits and machinery. Stalls great attraction. Commentary on exhibits informative. A lot of work in the real life restorations. A credit to the volunteers and o...  more »
  • Have enjoyed both times we have visited this museum, it jusf kedps on getging better all thd time, very well set out and with so much to see. The coffee shop also has z good range of items and the cof...  more »
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  • Great local history.
  • A quaint little place