Temora Rural Museum is a beautifully presented showcase of the changing lifestyles of country Australia. Set in carefully tended grounds, the numerous exhibition buildings house diverse collections ranging from fine china and delicate textiles to extensive displays of stationary engines and tractors, all maintained in working order.
Feature exhibits include Sir Donald Bradman's first home, a collection of Jimmy Sharman's boxing tent memorabilia and the Temora Rock and Mineral Museum.
With the support of the NSW Ambulance Service, the museum is presently developing a comprehensive ambulance service exhibition comprising vintage ambulance vehicles and memorabilia spanning the twentieth century.
29 Junee Road , Temora NSW 2666
02 6977 1291