Mount Flora Regional Museum

Description

The mezzanine floor focuses on social history, where visitors can look through 'windows in the past' and see what typical rooms were like in the early days. For example, one exhibit is a 1940s kitchen showing utensils at the time, such as a wood stove, and a dining room set for a family dinner.

Go up the stairs to the panoramic...

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The mezzanine floor focuses on social history, where visitors can look through 'windows in the past' and see what typical rooms were like in the early days. For example, one exhibit is a 1940s kitchen showing utensils at the time, such as a wood stove, and a dining room set for a family dinner.

Go up the stairs to the panoramic lookout and you get one of the best views in the northern suburbs. In 1942 the Defence Forces also utilised the building as an observation post, and you can still see the fantastic view today.

A mural by Anne-Maree Pelusey is painted on the walls of the lookout and features about 300 local fish.Outside the museum, there is a large grassy park with a children's playground and picnic area.

The Mount Flora Museum is housed in a 1936 water tank originally built for North Beach residents. After being phased out of service in the 1970s, the City of Stirling and the North Suburban Historical Society developed the facility into a museum

Features & Facilities

Facilities

Air Conditioning .glyphicons-heat
Audio Visual Equipments .glyphicons-projector
Business Center .glyphicons-briefcase
Ceremony On Site .glyphicons-ring
Disability Access .glyphicons-person-wheelchair
Internet Access .glyphicons-globe
Outdoor Area .glyphicons-tree-deciduous
Parking Available .glyphicons-cars
Wifi Access .glyphicons-wifi

Event Rooms

Mount Flora Museum

Min 10 people, Max 50 people