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This is such a great place, just seek it out and spend time soaking in the great history. This is the original school room for the entire Mandurah, wrapped around a police station, and a whole range of other amazing things. Gold coin, friendly staff...More
We have lived in Mandurah for 5 years and have always thought the museum building looked very humble and likely didn't contain much within. 100% wrong. Shamefully, until very recently we have never had any interest in visiting it.
However, our son on a whim...More
Today at 11am had a wonderful tour with Michael as guide and was glued to every interesting word.
Even though I live in another state I have learnt so much about this wonderful town.
The only down side, was when I was looking forward to...More
Perhaps this has more relevance to locals who would like to take a trip down memory lane ( you know your getting old when things you grew up with are in a museum). Has a great coverage of foundation history as well as a glimpse...More
Spend an hour or even longer learning a bit about the history of this town. As is so often the case in Australia the local communities are proud of their heritage and this little museum, run by volunteers I believe, is no exception.
Could have easily missed this great find in Mandurah.
I arranged the free 1hr heritage walk in Mandurah that happens to meet at the Mandurah Community Museum. I met a guy called Michael and he completed the walk around town with me showing me places...More
This was a nice little stop off for our 48 hours in Mandurah. The kids could dress up and pretend to be at school in the 1800. We could also dress them up and lock them in gaol 👍loads of fun. It won't take long...More
its easy to pass this museum by which is a great shame. Run by volunteers they have put together a great display and we could have spent hours sitting and reading all the stories of Mandurah figures of bygone days and looking at the photos.