The Museum has a Covid-19 Safety Plan and is currently open as usual.
All visitors are asked to
> sanitise your hands on arrival, as further instructed during your visit, and on departure
> sign in on arrival for Covid tracing purposes
> observe the limits placed on the maximum number of people per room as displayed in each room
> not visit if you are unwell
All Museum staff are volunteers. Our hours are:
- 26 December to 30 April: DAILY 1.00-5.00pm
- 1 May to 24 December: SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1.00-4.00pm
- Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday
If it's impossible for you to visit during opening hours we may be able to arrange a visit by appointment, 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 - no cards
- Children under 10 (accompanied) are free
Planning your visit
The Furneaux Museum is at 8 Fowlers Road, off Port Davies Road, Emita. It is a 20-minute drive north from Whitemark on sealed roads.
We recommend you allow at least an hour for your visit to the Museum.
Wybalenna historic site is further along Port Davies Road not far from the Museum. Several lovely beaches are also nearby. You could easily spend half a day or more in the area, but be aware there are no shops or services north of Whitemark so take with you everything you need.
There are picnic tables in the Museum grounds and bottled water can be purchased from reception.
We carry a small range of selected merchandise for sale such as books of local relevance and locally-made cards and soaps.
There is wheelchair access around the Museum site however inside the early buildings space is restricted and some have steps.