Kyneton Museum
Kyneton Museum
Kyneton Museum

Kyneton Museum

Address: 67 Piper Street, Kyneton, Victoria 3444

Phone: 03 5422 1228  


The Kyneton Museum is located in the lovely town of Kyneton, just an hour North of Melbourne.

The Museum Collection is housed in a beautiful bluestone building recognised by the National Trust and designed by architect Andrea Stumbucco who was responsible for many beautiful buildings in the Gold Rush era. The building was designed as the first Bank of New South Wales but in order to meet the banking needs of a fast changing population it made its way to the central Victorian Goldfields.

The latest exhibition showing at the Kyneton Museum is '100 Frames: The January 2011 Flood Event in Photographs'. It is a heartfelt exhibition that tells the story of the 100 Year Flood Event in photographs, inspired by the community of the Gannawarra Shire and beyond. The images have been taken by residents of the Shire, and you can see first hand the destruction the flood brought to their doorsteps. You can also be inspired by their resilience and their ability to keep their sense of humour, despite difficult conditions.

Don't forget that the rest of the Museum is open as normal, so come in and enjoy wandering around the gardens and taking in the outside displays.

Keep up to date with cultural events and what's on in Kyneton check out their new Facebook page, Macedon Ranges Arts and Culture. You can even win a free family pass with their 'guess the Mystery Object'.

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Payment methods accepted

Cash Only 


  • Child activities
  • Access with assistance for the disabled
  • Guide
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Public toilet


  • Guided walks

Opening hours

The Museum can be opened by appointment for group tours and school group visits during the week and public holidays. To make an appointment or for further information please telephone or e-mail.


  • Museums Australia
  • National Trust
  • Visitor Information Centre

Disabled access

Wheelchair access to majority of outdoor exhibits via Powlett Street vehicle entrance, as well as ground level gallery space.

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