Learn, look and discover ... 

Welcome to our website, a place where you will learn more about what we do, collect and research. Our site will grow and change and try never to be boring or static.
Our stories will be changed regularly, new items in the collection will be posted, new events and exhibitions always updated. Enjoy a wander through our website . 
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We respectfully acknowledge

the Yaegl people as the traditional custodians of the land on which the museum is located.

Invitation to All Members

Port of Yamba Historical Society Annual General Meeting

10:00 to 10:30am Morning Tea 11am Prompt Start

We look forward to seeing many members in attendance to celebrate the new ‘team’ taking our museum into 2022-2023. Many projects and new displays are already underway and as The Old Kirk awakes from Covid slumber, we look forward to many new and exciting exhibits.

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Official Book Launch
Friday 22nd July 10.30am
Keeping Our Stories
Stories from Yaegl country

Successful Book Launch Fri 22.07.2022

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Click to play - Auntie Lenore stands with Trevor Kapeen leadering the audience in song ‘We are Australian’ at the Yaegl Elders book launch of ‘Keeping Our Stories’.
Admission Fees
Adults - $5     Children - Free     Members - Free     Visitor Pass holder -  Free
A visitor pass can be issued to a visitor who has had insufficient time to complete their visit. It allows for a return visit with no additional entry fee. It is only valid for one week and is handed in on re-admission to the museum. 

Accessibility: All gallery spaces are wheelchair accessible, along with an accessible toilet.

Wheelchair accessible parking can be arranged with prior notice and Seating is available in gallery spaces.