Museums & Galleries

As you venture through the Manning Valley, be sure to take in as many of our local cultural attractions as you can including vibrant galleries and history museums.

Many of our galleries add a café experience and garden settings, so you can enjoy fresh coffee and fine food as you browse.

For a true touch of culture in your holiday, see an exhibition at the Manning Regional Art Gallery. For a small gallery they get some big name artists through the door!

Manning Regional Art Gallery

The Manning Regional Art Gallery provides a range of cultural and artistic experiences to residents of the Manning Valley and visitors to the area.  Our exhibitions are drawn from local artists and national and international collections.  We also support budding artists with our Children’s Education Programs and Artists Skills Development Workshops.  Gallery staff are happy to give free guided tours of the exhibitions, by appointment.  Interested in looking for something interesting, beautiful, quirky or locally crafted?  Explore the Gallery Shop and discover our unique range of gifts, handmade items, cards, and books. You are sure to find something you’ll love.... continue reading.

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Phone:02 6592 5455
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Website:http://manningregionalartgallery.com.au/
Address:12 Macquarie Street, Taree, New South Wales, Australia
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Tinonee Museum

A visit to Tinonee is not complete without a trip to the Tinonee Museum located in Manchester Street, where you will find the town’s original ‘lock-up’ on display.

In the years when the rivers were the roads, Tinonee was the heart of the Manning River where majestic sailing ships were an everyday sight as Tinonee buzzed with commerce and industry. Around 1860-70 Tinonee had five hotels, a post office, flour mill, sugar mills, sawmills, three churches, blacksmith shop, broom factory, bakery, newspaper, office, hospital, school, bacon factory, brick kiln, butchery, bank and of course, Captain Gollan’s shipyard. These were the base of a thriving community!... continue reading.

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Phone:02 6553 1571
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Website:http://tinoneemuseum.org.au/
Address:32 Manchester Street, Tinonee NSW 2430

Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society Museum

Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society Museum features displays on the many industries and businesses in the area.  The major display relates to the dairy industry, which was one of the most important industries in the Manning Valley but is now slowly disappearing. People seeking to explore their family history of the lower Manning Valley visit the Cundletown Lower Manning Historical Society. Museum displays and photos show industry and business from…

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Phone:02 6553 9574
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Website:http://www.cundletownhistorical.com
Address:Cundletown Hall, Main Street, Cundletown NSW 2430

Manning Valley Historical Society and Museum

Manning Valley Historical Society Museum and archives is located in an historic building once used as a grocery and produce store, circa 1880, that overlooks Wingham town-square, or Central Park, that is surrounded on four sides by heritage or historic buildings. Visitors to the Museum are instantly captivated by the step back in time that demonstrates the differing lifestyles pioneers had and their tools/aids. On display are pioneer family portraits, old…

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Phone:02 6553 5823
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Website:http://www.manninghistorical.org
Address:12 Farquhar Street, Wingham NSW 2429

Rosies Cafe and Gallery

Rosies Cafe and Gallery is in the heart of Johns River in the Manning Valley. Be surprised by the perfect coffee and delicious food. Relax with a glass of wine in the leafy courtyard or sample a crisp local Pilsner and Tapas in the bar and don’t forget to visit the gallery and gift shop.

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Phone:02 6556 5405
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Website:http://www.rosiescafe.com.au
Address:48 Johns River Road, Johns River NSW 2443

The Other Side Art Cafe

The Other Side Art Café on Moto Rd Ghinni Ghinni offers art, atmosphere and delicious food. Set on the banks of Ghinni Ghinni River this pet friendly cafe and working art studio is the perfect place to enjoy organic coffee and specialty teas with mouth watering cakes and delicious meals. The resident artists will discuss your next commission piece or you can just watch them at their work.  You can also enjoy an…

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Phone:02 6553 8890 A/H 0439 496 848
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Website:http://www.the-other-side-art-cafe.com.au
Address:12 Moto Road, Ghinni Ghinni NSW
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