BALLINA DISTRICT MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY
580 PIMLICO RD, PIMLICO, NSW 2478
CONTACT: 0493 549 902
Museum open Friday & Sunday 10am - 2pm
Ballina District Museum and Historical Society has been nominated as a community organisation of note in Greater Bank's Greater Northern Rivers Funding Competition. Please vote as often as you can on the Greater Bank voting page here to maximise our chances of winning $3,000 in funding from the bank. Visitors to the Greater Bank website may vote once per hour.
Voting opens at 9am 4 July and closes 5pm Wednesday 27 July 2022.
Click on the following link to vote
We are very pleased to announce that we have been the recipients of a successful grant of $2,800 , a grant supported by the Australian Government’s Culture, Heritage and Arts Regional Tourism (CHART) program. We have been able to purchase a new desktop, scanner, printer, and laptop for the research room.
Welcome to the Ballina & District Historical Society and Ballina District Museum website. Our aim is to make the history of this area freely accessible to all.
This is very much a work in progress and we welcome your feedback and suggestions.
If there is anything amiss, anything you would like more of, or anything new you would like added, please let me know at ballinahistoricalsociety@outlook,com
We are always looking for photos that we could add to the photo area or donations for our newly opened Ballina District Museum.
If you would like to become a member please check out the membership page. Always looking for new members whether local or distant.
I look forward to hearing from you.
We would particularly like to thank our corporate sponsors whose assistance has been particularly invaluable in the establishment of the Ballina District Museum.
READINGS ENGINEERING LISMORE
Ballina and District Historical Society acknowledges the Nyangbul people of the Bundjalung Nation and all the other Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and work.
We pay respect to them as First Nations people with continuing connection to land, place, waters and community.
Sovereignty was never ceded. It always was and always will be Aboriginal land.