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Hawkesbury Regional Museum is located in one of our country's oldest settlements-the third on mainland Australia after Sydney and Parramatta. It is the only publicly-run , professionally staffed museum in the Hawkesbury and, indeed, in the wider...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
8 Baker Street, Windsor, New South Wales 2756, Australia
The Museum occupies a single floor only but going through the exhibits of historical artifices, photos and drawings etc seriously will take an hour - not a bad way to spend if you are on a day tour of Windsor. Don’t miss the 2 specimens...More
Enjoyed the Windsor Heritage Walk (self guided) and visited the museum as part of this. Great information about the area and loads of brochures on other interesting things to do. I was surprised at the variety of items they have to explore. The Museum is...More
Free entry at the Information Centre with a small, but excellent display of various items.
Seeing the flood prone history of Windsor was quite eye opening!
A definite worthwhile stop whilst in the area.
For a quick overview of the early settlements in the area, and key movers eg Macquarie, spend an hour here. Air-conditioned. Very nice volunteers. Covers war contributions, convict times (very briefly), floods, etc. On weekends, go out the back to the two storey house/bakery for...More
As one of Australia's earliest settlements, there is so much history here but it is not obvious to the first time visitor. This will help a lot to anyone get some perspective, only small but worth spending some time.
This is a small museum but free of charge and well worth a visit if you are in Windsor. It has some interesting artifacts and both my partner and myself had a great walk down memory lane. The staff were extremely helpful and obliging.
It is both a very interesting walk down memory lane to see things that were in use during your childhood but also a great way to get some of the history of the Hawkesbury region.
Free entry (A donation can be made) and very engaging...More
What a wonderful museum, staffed by volunteers, donation admittance. Learnt so much about the Hawkesbury I didn't know. At different times they spotlight something of importance that happened in the past i.e the big floods. So many interesting things on display and plenty of places...More