Emu Park Historical Museum is thrilled to be a 2022 Community Heritage Grant recipient. After an assessment of the museum’s collection by Dr Melanie Piddocke, some items of the collection were deemed in need of preservation. The money given to the museum by the National Library of Australia will help preserve some of the collections most precious items. The Emu Park Historical Museum would like to extend a huge thank you to the National Library of Australia for their generosity in helping preserve some of the museum’s collection.
In 2022 our museum received a grant from the (ANMM) through the Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme (MMAPSS) to develop Maritime Themes for Emu Park Historical Museum. This grant of $5,250 enabled our museum, over the past 12 months, to rearrange and house our exhibits in protective and interactive displays units. We also set up a unit to recognise the contribution made by our Model Makers
The Countess Russell Bell interactive Display. Come learn the history and ring the bell. Ear plugs may be necessary
Emu Park and the Surrounding District Display. Come learn something about your own back yard
A tribute to the craftsmen who made a lot of our display models. Come and see the ship in a bottle and even in a light bulb. Please don’t turn it on.
The Emu Park historical museum would like to announce the establishment of the museum’s new committee. With new president Gordon Wilson as well as vice president Brad Joseph and junior vice president Elaine Williams. Continuing to serve within the museum is secretary and treasurer Trevor Bird and Librarian Denise Bird. The museum would also like to extend a friendly welcome to the committee’s newest position of media officer performed by former work experience student Ella Lawson. The museum wishes the new committee the best of luck in all their endeavours.