Border Flywheeler’s Museum Back to listings

The Border Flywheeler’s Museum was established in 1995 with the aim of collecting, restoring, recording and exhibiting the historical development of farm tractors, machinery, engines and other artefacts used by the farming community along the Murray Darling Basin.

The Heritage museum offers tours that include an inspection and description of heritage brick kilns (over 100 years old), along with explanations of the various types machinery and equipment.

Open:

Every Monday afternoon, 1pm-4pm.

1st Saturday of the month, 9am-4pm

By appointment 0428 901 643

Annual Vintage Rally on 3rd weekend in May