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Yamba Museum, Yamba

(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
The Yamba Museum is a non-profit making, permanent institution open to the public for the purpose of study, education and enjoyment by acquiring, conserving, researching, communicating and exhibiting the history of the people and environment of Yamba, NSW, Australia.

The Port of Yamba Historical Society respectfully acknowledges the Yaegl people past and present, the traditional custodians of the land on which the Yamba Museum stands.
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  • Great museum for local history. Enthusiastic staff who have a good knowledge of the area. Good record of local bridge history over the Clarence River. Could easily spend a couple of hours there.  more »
  • I am sure a lot of thought and dedication went into the development of the Yamba Museum but l was very disappointed in it. I expected a lot more artifacts relating to Yambas history, there was a great...  more »
  • Staffed by helpful volunteers, this little museum is a great adjunct to the natural attractions of Yamba. Entry costs only about the same as a cup of coffee and is worth it anytime, but if you are for...  more »