The Shepparton Heritage Centre Museum is the custodian of Shepparton's proud past.
The Museum is built around Shepparton's oldest surviving building: The Public Hall of 1873 (later used as the Foresters Hall). It houses four galleries, an archive storage bay, and from 1995 a replica colonial cottage that provides kitchen, toilet and meeting/conference room. The Shepparton Family History Group Inc. also use the cottage for their library/archives and have a separate research room (open certain days).
The Shepparton Heritage Centre includes the Lost Shepparton Shop which sells books, photos, souvenirs and knick-knacks. Including a children's book featuring the Moooving Art Cows Where's Molly and Pirate Cow.
This Historic Precinct is the hub of old Shepparton, once home to the punt crossing of c.1850, and related Bush Emu Inn. The riverboat wharf of 1880 still stands, now the start of a scenic walking track along the river.
- Adults: $6
- Students: $4
Tuesday - Sunday 12.00pm - 5.00pm or by appointment