The Queensland Dairy and Heritage Museum is a popular tourist attraction at Murgon in the South Burnett.
The Museum recognises the importance of the dairy industry in the early development of Queensland.
The Museums main displays are housed in the former Bank of New South Wales building.
Trinity is an original slab house built in 1893, entirely of crows ash timber, which gives visitors an understanding of the often difficulty life the early pioneers had to bear.
-Memorabilia of the dairy industry
-Machinery from Murgon Butter Factory
-World class lapidary display
-Display of telephones and local exchanges
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