Visitors can explore the stories of early settlement and development of logging, sawmilling and dairying on the dorrigo Plateau through themed displays. An extensive digitised archive includes the A.C Bennett Collection (crc 1911-16) Waterfall and A.E. Murray original glass negatives, community organisations, timber, darying and other industries, WWI & WWII soldiers, families, natural disasters, sporting events and the Dorrigo -Glenreah Railway.
Other important object include the Wharfdale Printing Press used to print the Don Dorrigo Gazette, Buddy Williams' connection to Dorrigo and the Dorrigo Hydro Electricity Scheme.
The Museum also holds temporary exhibitions based on the museum's collection. The Dorrigo Museum welcomes you to visit today.
For more information or to become a member of the Society visit the website: www.dorrigomuseum.org.au
Cnr Cudgery & Myrtle Streets, Dorrigo 2453 View Map
Cnr Cudgery & Myrtle Streets ,
or by appointment.