A visit to Bowraville Folk Museum Inc with its many thousands of interesting historical objects is a MUST when visitong the Nambucca Valley. The exhibits appeal to adults and children of every age. A typical visitor spends one to two hours inspecting the vast array of historic pieces on show here in the museum.
Situated in the main street of the beautiful verandah post town of Bowraville on the Mid North Coast of NSW, the museum has on display a collection of Trench Art, Rifles, Bayonets, Shells, Ammunition, Uniforms, Plaques, Photos, a Bofors Anti-aircraft Gun, a WWII Jeep, a Blitz Wagon and various other displays. It also has an extensive reference library.
Mary Boulton lived and worked in the Nambucca district all her life. Her grandfather, Thomas Boulton owned the first hotel in town which was situated on the site where the Pioneer Cottage now stands.
The museum presents a diverse range of exhibits which will attract and intrigue all members of your family regardless of age or background. Whether you're into history or nostalgia, a visit to the Headland Historical Museum is well worthwhile.