Whitton Courthouse & Historical Museum

The Whitton Courthouse and Historical Museum details the rich pastoral history of the area, and the way transport has been a central facet of the town as it evolved from a bullock team trail to a rail and road centre.

The museum incorporates several historic buildings that were once the focus of commerce in the town. These include the Whitton Courthouse building, the local gaol and its keeper’s quarters, a butcher shop and the former railway station building.

The museum houses a wonderful collection of agricultural machinery, memorabilia, photographs and much more of interest for history buffs. 

Whitton itself has a long history and the area was originally known as Hulong and was a focal point for teamsters carrying goods to and from NSW.  

Located in Gogeldrie Street, the museum is generally open Monday - Wednesday, 12pm - 2pm, Fridays 10am - 4pm as well as the first Saturday & Sunday of each month from 10am - 1pm. Other days / times by appointment.

Admission is $8 per adult and $5 per child.

Contact: 0403 984 482