Maclean District Historical Society

Tue 9am-12pm; Wed and Sat 1pm-4pm

Displays of life in the early days of Maclean and District. Family History information available, relating to families of the area.

Much of the collection is on display either in the Stone Cottage or the Bicentennial Museum.

Each of these buildings is an integral part of the Society, the Stone Cottage being the original building on the site dating back to 1889, whilst the Museum was constructed with Federal Government assistance in the form of a grant in the Bicentennial Year of 1988.

Apart from managing this collection, our volunteers have been and are currently conducting research into the history of the original inhabitants and the early settlers, and local history of this area.

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Entry is free and it is available for non-profit groups and organisations.