Coraki Museum is housed in the historic Woodburn Shire Council Chambers and contains an extensive collection of local artefacts, memorabilia, family histories and photographs from the earliest white settlement. There is a comprehensive maritime history section along with and outdoor shed containing farming and ship building equipment. Our War Memorial room contains the Honour Boards from many of the village halls around the district including the exquisite WWI Bungawalbyn board, hand carved with a pocketknife by the mother of one of the soldiers.
Entry is $3 per adult or $5 family 2ad/2ch. Please bring cash as we do not have an eftpos machine.
Mid-Richmond Historical Society
Mid-Richmond Historical Society was first established in 1985 and has enjoyed enthusiastic support from many knowledgeable locals and faraway friends. The volunteers will happily assist with your family research and direct you to the many books written about the area.
We encourage you to become a member and help us preserve our rich history.
Membership of the MRHS is $15 single and $20 family per annum (due 1 July) and the monthly meetings are held at the museum on the fourth Friday of the month at 1pm.
Coraki Museum holds the Death and Burial Registers for Coraki and Tucki Tucki cemeteries. Click here for more information.