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Tumbarumba Tastebuds - The Countdown is On!
8 Aug 2018 4:18 PM

Tumbarumba Tastebuds, combines Tumbarumba Open Gardens & Flower Show with Open Cellar Doors & Wine Tastings, and Markets to celebrate all things ...

Snowy Valleys Enjoys Record Visitor Numbers
11 Jun 2018 3:59 PM

According to statistics released by Tourism Research Australia, the Snowy Valleys region hosted more than 440,000 visitors in 2017 and more than 19...

WALKING TRACK CLOSED
28 Aug 2017 10:15 AM

Please be advised the walking track between Paddys River Falls and Paddys River Flats is closed until further notice. It is unknown when the track ...

RUSSELL MORRIS TO HEADLINE TUMBAFEST 2018
31 Jul 2017 2:39 PM

Tumbafest 2018 is thrilled to announce Aria Hall of Fame inductee, #1 selling Platinum artist and Australian Icon, Russell Morris as headline ac...

Council launches community engagement program
8 Jun 2017 11:00 AM

Snowy Valleys Council will launch its exciting new Snowy Valleys Up Close project on Wednesday 7 June 2017, with the aim to encourage local residen...

Pioneer Women’s Hut & National Quilt Museum

This museum is dedicated to the preservation of domestic objects belonging to rural families, especially women.

The displays are unusual in that most objects are able to be handled, and a lot of work has gone into collecting the stories behind the articles.

By putting the articles into the context of women's daily lives, the collection takes on meaning. There is always a local person available to talk to visitors, and this museum has been run entirely by community volunteers since it opened in 1985.

The volunteers are as diverse as the pioneers who created the objects. To them the collection gives more depth to the reality women's lives, coping with fire, flood, death, illness, stock diseases and home schooling.

The Pioneer Women's Hut supporters were instrumental in the creation of the National Quilt Register, and care for a collection of quilts with some fascinating stories.

The museum is located at Glenroy Heritage Reserve on the Tumbarumba Road, 8kms from Tumbarumba. The reserve includes the Glenroy Cottage Craft Shop and other heritage displays.


Open Wednesdays 11-4, weekends and public holidays 10-4.

Country style catering available for group bookings and coaches, CLICK HERE for menu and pricings.


All group catering bookings and enquiries:

Sharon Bunter - Tour Coordinator

Email: tourcoordinator@outlook.com

Phone: 0408 482 923


For more information:

Tumbarumba Visitor Information Centre

10 Bridge Street, Tumbarumba

Phone: 02 6948 3333


Web: www.pioneerwomenshut.com