Cygnet Living History Museum

Cygnet Living History Museum

The Cygnet Living History Museum records the history of the area from the first contact with the Aboriginal girl, Oura Oura, by Baudin’s 1802 expedition, through European settlement to the present day. Cygnet was a centre for timber getting, apple and small fruit growing and processing, and boat building.

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Cygnet Living History Museum, 37 Mary Street, Cygnet


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