Pioneer World Museum
Mega Fauna1
Pioneer World Museum
Pioneer World Museum
Giant Megafauna

Wentworth Pioneer Museum

Address: 117 Beverley Street, Wentworth, New South Wales 2648

Phone: 03 5027 3160  


There are 1.8 million years of fossilised giants and over 150 years of Pioneer Settlement history at Pioneer World Museum.

This is an excellent museum supplying the history buff with information on much of Wentworth's heritage.

The Rotary Club have collected over 3,000 artefacts and relics covering all aspects on the history of Wentworth.

It is home to one of Australia's biggest photographic collections on river boats and original buildings, and is everyday day for viewing with the exception of Good Friday and Christmas Day.

Journey through time with a walk through the extensive Pioneer and Folk collection. Including Indigenous artefacts and a Megafauna Display based on fossil remains discovered in the Wentworth region and Mungo National Park.

Discover the history of the river trade and experience the triumph of the Fergie in the 1956 flood.

Explore the ambitions and hardships of the local pioneer as they overcame the harsh surrounds to create a wonder that is Wentworth.

An amazing story told through tools, instruments, documents and everyday treasures of a bygone era.

Content: Wentworth Shire Council - Pioneer World Museum


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Payment methods accepted

Cash Only  EFTPOS 


  • Access without assistance for the disabled

Opening hours

Open seven days a week except Good Friday and Christmas Day.

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