Carnamah Museum (and Virtual Museum)

The Carnamah Historical Society & Museum’s collection includes objects, photos and documents from Carnamah’s social, domestic, commercial and agricultural past – from tiny household items up to tractors! If you’d like to visit the museum, it is open most Friday afternoons from 1:30 to 5pm or you make arrangements with George on 0439 966 040 or (08) 9951 1690; or Andrew on 0457 911 984. Entry is FREE and the museum is located at 10 Macpherson Street in Carnamah | Map

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Carnamah Tractor Museum

Walton’s Tractor Museum at 5 Forrester Avenue contains an impressive collection of over 60 vintage John Deere and Chamberlain tractors. Retired machinery dealer Hal Walton acquired the tractors locally and from around Australia and the world. Most of the tractors have been fully restored and are in running order. Entry is $10 per person.

If you’d like to check them out, make an appointment with Lindsay on 0428 306 969, Yvonne on 0428 511 276 or Bill on 9951 1364  |  Map

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