The Moruya and District Historical Society is an organisation dedicated to preserving the history of Moruya and the surrounding areas on the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia. The Society’s Museum is now permanently settled in the heritage-listed ‘Emmott’s House’ in Campbell Street, Moruya.
The Historical Society has a rich collection of artefacts which range in date from pre-European settlement to the modern day. The museum also houses an extensive collection of documents, microfilms and photographs for those who are interested in researching local history.
Attached to the Moruya Museum is our Genealogy Research Room. A wide-ranging collection of microfiche, microfilm, CDRoms and printed material are available for family history researchers. Volunteers assist visitors to trace their family history. A charge of $10 is made for non-members to use the facilities.
PO Box 259 Moruya NSW 2537
85 Campbell Street Moruya NSW 2537
11am to 1pm Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. During the January School Holidays, the museum is open every day 11:00am to 2:00pm except public holidays. Group Tours and school tours are most welcome. Tours are led by museum volunteers who have an intricate knowledge of the items in the collection. Contact the Museum to make a booking on (02)44743224.
Adults: $ 5.00 Families: $15.00 Children under 12: Free
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