TARALGA HISTORICAL SOCIETY WELCOMES YOU
Taralga Historical Museum
Taralga Historical Society's aim is the preservation of Taralga’s heritage for the benefit of future generation
Come and see our museum and take a step back in time
The Museum and Grounds
Several local people, interested in preserving the history of the village formed the Taralga Historical society in 1972. This group approached the Uniting Church N.S.W. Synod, with which the Methodist Church had amalgamated and were able to obtain the old Methodist church as their headquarters. This church is now one of the buildings that is part of the Taralga Historical Museum managed by the Taralga Historical Society.
The museum is open Saturdays from 10am to 2pm and is staffed by volunteers. The entry fee is $5 per adult (cash only), children under 16 years are free. Enquiries from individuals, small and large groups, car clubs etc are welcome and the museum can be opened to meet their needs. Please submit your enquiry through contact page on our webpage.
We have an extensive collection of photographs, documents, manuscripts, diaries, newspaper cuttings and books available to peruse and purchase.
You can undertake your own research with the help of our volunteers or one of our volunteers can undertake the research on your behalf. Please complete the contact form located below and a member of our Society will be in contact with you.
The following information is required to start a search:
Your name, address, contact details and the Information you are seeking.
Also include if you or a member of your family were born and/or lived in the area.
Please provide us with as much detail as possible.
A SMALL DONATION MAY BE REQUESTED TO COVER THE COSTS OF PHOTOCOPYING, POSTAGE ETC.