Charleville, Murweh Area
Historic House Museum have on display a wide and varied collection of local memorabilia ranging from photographs and furniture to vehicles and newspapers. With many of the original features still remaining, including four marble fireplaces, original furniture and bric'a'brac from across the region, this building is a wonderful example of early Queensland architecture, built in 1888 as the original National Bank building.
The grounds include an incredible collection of early machinery, including an original Rail Ambulance, Denis Fire Engine, Marshall Portable Steam Engine and replica Cobb & Co Coach.
Take the time to visit the Museum and enjoy the history of taming the Outback. Meet their local people who are determined to record Charleville's history for future generations.
On some days you will meet George, who will entertain you with this Auto Harp.
Take the quiz and see just how many items you can find.
Markets are also held in the grounds on the first Saturday of each month.
|Entry||Cost AUD||Valid From||Inclusions|
|Adult||$5.00||1 July 2012 – 30 June 2015|
|Child||$0.50||1 July 2012 – 30 June 2015||Primary School aged.|
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