The Tweed Regional Museum is located on Queensland Road in the heart of town. Here you`ll get a historic perspective of Tweed River Valley and Murwillumbah. The building itself is a little piece of history as it was the original Tweed Shire Council Chambers built in 1915. Recentlky it has undergone extensive renovations and restoration. The display area has more than tripled and the new space is very impressive. Walk through the front doors and you will step back in time surrounded by a rich a diverse collection showcasing the history of the Tweed Valley. There is a very impressive collection includes a rare steam engine circa 1900, a specialist radio collection, clothing items and countless historical photographs.
Need help? Call us now:Ph: 02 6672 3666