The Moruya Museum has an appealing collection of furniture, books, artefacts and memorabilia evoking the lives of the ordinary people of this community from the middle of the nineteenth century. The district’s social history is showcased in our thematic displays. These have considerable charm and are rotated to maintain interest and freshness. The museum is known for its regular exhibitions that highlight important sections of the museum’s collections as well as events in the community’s history.
Attached to the Moruya Museum is the Genealogy Research Room, housing an extensive archive of documents for those who are interested in researching family history. The Museum is run by volunteers from the Moruya and District Historical Society. The collection is significant because it demonstrates a number of important themes in the history and culture of Moruya and District.
85 Campbell Street, MORUYA Website