The Coffs Coast region has a rich and fascinating heritage. From Gumbaynggirr stories of spiritual connection to the land, to the stories of lighthouse keepers, pioneers, timber workers, gold miners and farmers, the Coffs Coast is a place of romance, bravery, adventure, tragedy, and amazing inventions!
Coffs Harbour Regional Museum aims to bring Coffs Harbour’s history alive by reflecting the social and cultural history of the Coffs Harbour Region. The Museums primary, but not exclusive emphasis, is on developing collections and exhibitions reflecting the relationships between the region’s residents and the area’s maritime and hinterland waterways.
The museum has been fortunate to have received grants that have helped us to store our valuable photographs. There are thousands of digitised images available on Picture Coffs Harbour to explore any many more to come.
Our interactive exhibitions and rich displays cater for all ages, including children.
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The Coffs Harbour Regional Museum offers a changing programme of exhibitions, programs and events to spark your memories and imagination.
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Our Stories: Coffs Coast Heritage is a local heritage blog where you can learn about and respond to stories of the events, objects, people and locations in the Coffs Coast region.
Coffs Harbour Regional Museum welcomes visits from school groups wishing to explore our local heritage. Museum staff can conduct tours for school groups at the Museum, or we can visit your school to share a selection of objects to support classroom learning.
If you would like to arrange a tour or visit, please complete the Expressions of Interest Information form, and we will contact you to discuss the arrangements and finalise the details.
The Coffs Harbour Regional Museum, a service of Coffs Harbour City Council, relies on volunteers to support a wide variety of functions within the gallery. If you are interested in joining our valued team of volunteers, please contact Amanda Williams on 02 6648 4900.
Location: 215 Harbour Drive
Open: Tuesday to Saturdays from 10am to 4pm
Phone: 02 6648 4847
Mail: Locked Bag 155, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Cost: FREE Entry
The Coffs Harbour Regional Museum, a service of Coffs Harbour City Council, relies on volunteers to support a wide variety of functions within the museum. If you are interested in joining our valued team of volunteers, please contact Amanda Williams on 02 6648 4128.