Dungog Museum

105 Dowling Street, Dungog, NSW, 2420

Experience Details

The Dungog Museum was formed in 1963 and since 1968 has operated a museum in the heritage-listed former School of Arts building. The purpose of the museum is the collecting, preserving and interpreting of local heritage for everyone. The society aims to promote local history - including family history and the museum collection - to the local community and the general public. They can assist with research enquiries in person or by correspondence. The collection reflects the area's rural history, including dairying, the timber industry, and local manufacturing including items from Wade's Cornflour Mill Dungog. Domestic items include household items and a photographic collection. Items that grandmother used for the house's daily running, dentist equipment for pulling teeth, medical items, known Dungog citizen's stories, and history. Horse-drawn carts and buggies, and shop items are also on display. They welcome groups by appointment.
Getting There
Share with Friends
105 Dowling Street, Dungog, NSW, 2420


Aboriginal Culture - Australian Museums and Galleries Association - Family Friendly - History & Heritage - International - Non Smoking - NSW - Tourism Hunter - Public Toilet