The Jindera Pioneer Museum is a unique facility just 15 km north of Albury, the Museum is said to be one of the best in regional Australia. It celebrated its 50th year of operation in 2018.
The Museum complex contains a remarkable old store and a variety of dwellings, with authentic pioneer to late Victorian architecture and furnishings. Spread over two acres of lovely grounds, with over 25 rooms and galleries, the Museum is also home to a significant and impressive historic machinery and transport display. The 1874 Blacksmith and stables is also a popular feature.
The Museum is a perfect, tranquil place for a picnic, with many photographic opportunities. This great Museum for adults and children is open seven days.
The Museum Tea Rooms are open every Sunday.
Viewing time is 60 to 120 minutes.