Museum

The Border Flywheelers Club Inc. Heritage Museum was established in 1995 with the main object to collect, restore, record and exhibit the historical development of farm tractors, machinery, engines and other artifacts used by the farming community along the Murray Darling Basin.

Our Heritage museum is housed in the J.R. Jamieson & Co. Brickworks as befitting a collection of this era.

The Border Flywheelers Club Inc. offers tours that include an inspection and description of heritage brick kilns (over 100 years old), various types of bricks and brick making artifacts of bygone years.

Refreshments are available

Coach parties welcome – Coach parking facilities on site

School children most welcome

Catering is available for groups

Extensive Library available to members

The museum in continually being update and new exhibits added regularly and existing collection updated.