As at December 2021 masks are mandatory.
Visitors must sign in on arrival, sanitise hands, and observe the maximum number of people allowed in each room. Please do not visit if unwell.
All Museum staff are volunteers. Our hours are:
- 26 Dec to 30 April: TUESDAY TO SUNDAY 1.00-5.00pm
Closed Mondays & Good Friday
- 1 May to 24 Dec: SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1.00pm-4.00pm
If you can't visit during opening hours we may be able to arrange a visit by appointment. This is subject to availability of a volunteer. At least 48 hours' notice is required.
email firstname.lastname@example.org OR text Linda 0418 345 989
- $5.00 per person
- Cash or direct deposit by phone app (Telstra only). No cards.
- Children under 10 (accompanied) are free
Planning your visit
The Furneaux Museum is a 20-minute drive north from Whitemark on sealed roads.
We recommend you allow at least one hour for the Museum and follow with a visit to nearby Wybalenna historic site. There are also several lovely beaches in the area.
You could easily spend a day here - but plan ahead! North of Whitemark, no fuel is available and the only food outlet is the food van located at the Museum. For food van trading hours click here.
The Museum has a small range of merchandise for sale such as books of local relevance and locally-made cards and soaps. The Museum site is wheelchair-accessible, but inside the old buildings space is restricted and some have steps.
Car parking in the grounds