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A mixed bag of feelings for rthis place. Entrance is pleasant and well presented. All the workers are volunteers, and met two who were very pleasant and welcoming. The display and number of items relating to The Man From Snowy River is disappointing, however, it...More
A trip to Victoria for the Man from Snowy River Bush Festival wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Museum. LOVED IT! Both the Festival and the Museum. Interesting, informative and hard not to feel some sort of excitement and wonder.
Small fee for entry but concession available for seniors. Friendly informative volunteer on reception. Extensive collections of historical artefacts,craft, brik a brac and machinery. Highlight was the australia rug knitted by local gentleman a real character who was a pow in germany during ww2. Great...More
Leave yourself at least an hour to see this little piece of history. We all enjoyed our visit. So many different pieces of history to explore. It was only $10 for our family of 5. These little museums are so important to our history and...More
This little gem costs $5 entry but holds wonderful Australian memorabilia. It has a magnificent knitted map of Australia made by a local soldier during the war. It also exhibits other war relics and old objects which are fascinating throwbacks to yesteryear. The surprising aspect...More
We had two hours before meeting a friend for lunch. Who could possibly be in Corryong and not visit this iconic museum. Well, our two hours seemed to go in minutes. There are some fascinating insights into the lives of our intrepid forebears. Most impressive...More
Visited the museum in Corryong was very pleased with the information and history this place holds lovely little town and friendly people even visited the jack rylies grave after visiting the man from snowy rivers museum
Went in with expectations of a whole lot of information on how Jack Reilly became “man from snowy river” nearly missed it and instead got a fantastic array of information and displays of days gone by. The back area with its buildings were good but...More