King Cottage Museum

Galleries, Museums and Collections

The King Cottage Museum in Bunbury provides an excellent opportunity to discover an extensive collection of items dating back to the 1800s. Examine the craftsmanship of the building built by owner Henry King, who handmade the bricks. Wander through the rooms to take a look at the impressive collection of over 6,000 artefacts from the past 130 years.

King Cottage was built in 1880 and became a museum in 1968. Walk through the main living rooms which have been furnished to fit the period of its original owners. See old photographs of the region and examine antique costumes and the garments worn over the past century. Take a walk outside to see the sheds, vintage vehicles, farm machinery and butter making equipment.

The impressive collection at the King Cottage Museum can be viewed daily between 10.30am and 12.30pm. The museum is located in one of the main streets in Bunbury which is a 2.5 hour drive south of Perth.


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Free Entry

AUD10 – Adults
AUD7 – Pensioners
AUD5 – Children

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