Nundle Courthouse Museum

In the Nundle Courthouse Museum, you’ll find a carefully curated selection of domestic and town items that speak volumes about their times and their users. 

The collection includes farm equipment, kitchenware, furniture, clothing and information relating to the 1948 aircraft crash on Crawney Mountain. 

The 19th century colonial architecture style building was built by local builder George Davison in 1880 and has been cared for by the Nundle District Lions Club since 1988 to use as a museum. 

The museum is open Saturday 10am - 2pm and Sundays 12:30 - 4:30pm.

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