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We were after a bit of down time so decided to spend a couple of nights in Camooweal. There is not a lot to see here but we did take a trip to the Drovers Camp and we were pleasantly surprised. This facility is run...More
Visited this museum when we stayed at the Drovers Camp for the festival which was taking place for the weekend. It has great displays and lots of very interesting information about the history of the drovers in years gone by. We spent well over an...More
This place is a gem. Faithfully preserved by volunteers, it is a must see for travellers with any interest at all in the Australian pastoral industry. The exhibits are brilliant and tell a great story of determination, hardship and adventure. Paul Finlay (volunteer guide) is...More
Added a day at Camooweal so would could visit the Drovers Camp and was so glad we did. The price of entry was $10 and well worth every bit of it. The Volunteers certainly do a great of job keeping History Alive. Danny our Guide...More
Second visit in a couple of years. The volunteer guides make this place really special. They are so knowledgeable and fair dinkum. Lovely little specialist museum. No prohibition on taking photos. Worth every cent of the $10 admission fee. If you have been to the...More
This is all about drovers in the local district with a tour given by a real drover stockman and his wife of the same background. Don't expect the language of a Sydney lawyer, have patience and listen carefully and you will be so rewarded. The...More
We went to the museum during the drovers camp festival (annually in August). It is an interesting display which you could easily spend an hour taking in. Droving is an interesting part of Australia's heritage.