Nebo Museum

Galleries, Museums and Collections

The Nebo Museum is a tribute to the pioneers of the past.

In the early 1980s, to celebrate the Shire’s Centenary in 1983, a group of locals began the process of gathering many historic objects and putting them together in a museum collection originally situated in the old Nebo Police Station.

Today’s relocated museum opened in 1998. The diverse collection can be viewed during opening hours or arrangements can be made with the Nebo office of Isaac Regional Council (next door) to visit at other times.

The Mount Britton Collection of paintings tell a story about the way of life of the early pioneers. Similar pioneer stories have occurred throughout this great land, as it was settled and so these prints have a universal Australian appeal.

After your stop at the Nebo Museum, take a look inside the Historical Nebo Hotel before continuing on to camp for the night at Mt Britton.


Carpark Enquiry Desk Gallery / Museum

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


Australian Museums and Galleries Association Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation


Isaac Region residents with proof of address: free entry
Non-Residents: adults $4, concession $3, families $10