Entries by Rebekah

Cinema at the Museum

Come along to a night of the Movies at the Museum SCREENING THE FILM – MAD DOG MORGAN Join in an evening of entertainment to watch this historic film based on the life of a bush ranger – Mad Dog Morgan. Few know that part of this film was shot within the museum. Much was […]

Around the Campfire

A night by the Campfire, Spit roast and camp-oven cooking with entertainment. Nothing beats an evening sitting around the dancing mesmerising flames of a campfire on a cool night. The museum is holding a family friendly evening of a campfire night, experience spit roast and good old fashion camp-oven cooking.  Costs include food, while beverages […]

Shed Blog

Happenings of the Working Machines Shed… JPM has been offered a Cyclops peddle car, same person has also donated the Plough discs which were the key to building movable fencing at the working shed. We have been also able to source some timber packaging, which may be very useful, should the museum wish to build […]

We made the paper.

Who would have known the effort that goes on behind the scenes….  We made the paper… “Margie Wehner has been waiting three years for the right materials to thatch the roof  of the old hay shed”, as explained in The Border Mail News article this week (March 11 2021).  Margie goes onto explain how a […]

Working Machines Shed Meeting

On Sunday 21st Feb 10am at the museum working shed, museum executives are inviting persons who are interested in being involved in quarterly machinery running days at the museum. This meeting and general discussion will enable executive to access the ability to manage and promote this event. We strongly recommend that any persons interested attend […]

First post..

On Wednesday members have been spending their time cleaning up and maintaining the small engines, so that they are in good running condition. Offical Open day for the Tim Fischer Working machines shed is 21st March 2021 (along with Lost Trades day – anyone who may be interested in holding a display for a lost […]