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For those of you who have never been, the Noosa Museum situated in Pomona has a vast and varied collection from the past.
The Museum was founded by the Cooroora Historical Society in 1985 mainly as a means to preserve what was rapidly disappearing of the past.
The Museum houses an expansive and impressive collection of photographs capturing many moments of the pioneering past as well as modern moments that will one day be an important part of local history.
Those who wonder where the technological age is taking us, will appreciate the Post Office Exhibit - based on a photo of the Pomona Post Office in 1916. Amongst the treasures you will find various types of telephone, postcards with Penny Stamps (now collectors' items), as well as an ancient Remington typewriter ... those were the "good old days"!
Because the railway featured strongly in everyday life for the area in days gone by, there is some excellent railway memorabilia, including a pictorial history of the big train smash that occurred here in the late 1930's.
Until you can make a visit in person, why not take a stroll through this "virtual Museum" and whet your appetite for the real thing.
Volunteers are always needed and very welcome at the Museum
Noosa Museum in it's previous incarnation as Noosa Council Chambers
and as it looks today
Heritage Walks in the Noosa Region
There are three self guided heritage walks in the Noosa region.
They are located in the towns of Pomona, Tewantin and Cooroy. Additionally there are 20 heritage information signs provided at various locations along the Noosa Trail Network.