The Channel Heritage Museum aims to promote and preserve the history of the Channel area from Margate south to Gordon.
There are displays of memorabilia and information on fruit growing, the 1967 bush fires, local schools, sporting teams, the scallop and fishing industry, timber industry, shipping in the Channel and many items used in everyday life in the early days of Channel settlement. The museum has a unique collection from the Electrona Carbide Works. A colonial style kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and washhouse depict home life in years past. There is a library with books, photographs, maps and newspaper clippings relating to the Channel.
The Museum is seen as being of special educational value for children and there are special programs for school groups by arrangement.
Group visits from community and tour groups are arranged and catered for. There is easy access for the elderly and disabled.Visit Website
Access Without Assistance for the Disabled, BBQ Facilities, Car park, Coach Parking, First aid equipment, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Shaded Area