Apologies – they are currently closed.
Juandah Historical Site is a truly unique slice of history. This is the original site of the Juandah Head-Station, the heart of a settlement which later became known as Wandoan. At full running capacity, Juandah Station employed up to 80 stockmen to run up to 50,000 head of cattle. Some of the original buildings from its time as a flourishing enterprise are still standing, including the old Juandah Store, built in the 1850s, which contains a room that later became the first school room for the area. Various rooms and remnants of the original homestead and other structures are carefully sign-posted at their original sites. The Juandah Historical Site also hosts a Folk Museum of local heritage items and social history.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
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