Keeping our Heritage Alive

Our Museum is an integral part of the Bermagui Community Centre and offers a modern historical research facility to the public.

Along with treasured relics of the past the digital collection includes over 8500 professionally scanned photographs and records, where searches can be made of our database by topic or name. This archive includes a collection of 840 images digitally reproduced from the glass negatives taken by Tilba resident William Henry Corkhill between 1880 and 1910. Today, it provides us with a unique record that vividly captures the life of the Tilba district and its pioneers.

The Musem is open Friday and Saturday from 10am to 2pm or by special arrangement. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 2pm. New members are welcome.

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