Ganmain Historical Museum

The Origins of the Ganmain Historical Society date back to 1973 when, at a local clearing sale, six district people combined resources to buy an old harvester.

They did this in recognition that heritage agricultural equipment and other objects were being lost to the local community and something needed to done. These objects - and more importantly their stories - are now on display for present and future generations.

The large collection houses farming implements, household items, sporting and war memorabilia and a large archive of photographs and newspaper items.


$5 adults, $2 students (free if accompanied by parents)

Opening hours:

Sunday: 1.30pm - 4.30pm and by appointment.

Tours by booking only. To book a tour, please contact:

Ray Cox - 02 6927 6251
Stewart Winrow - 02 6927 6100
Peter Warran - 02 6927 6463
Janice Corbett - 02 6927 6483

Ganmain Historical Society & Museum

Open Day: 
2nd last Sunday in March