MENMUNY MUSEUM YARRABAH

Yarrabah Menmuny Museum was officially opened in 1996. Visitors to the museum are introduced to Yarrabah from its inception by Reverend Ernest Gribble in 1892 to the present day.

Artifacts, photos, as well as many other historical documents relating to Yarrabah's turbulent beginning are displayed. There is also a Board-walk which is situated behind the Museum. We will show you native trees which were used for bush tucker (food) and medicines.

We sell a variety of stock including T'shirts, boomerangs, spears, woomeras, didgeridoos, pottery, flower pots, cups, plates, vases, tea tree oil and stocking flowers.

 

All these items are locally made and operated by Aboriginal people.

 

 If you would like to find out more about our history and or purchase any of these items please contact us

Address:

MENMUNY MUSEUM YARRABAH

PO BOX YARRABAH NTH QLD AUSTRALIA 4871

Telephone: + 61 7 40 569 154

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