Things to see at the Museum:
- Local History Collection (books and society publications)
- Photos of the Riverstone district
- Meatworks display
- Historical Farm machinery
- Household furniture items
- Sporting memorabilia
- Military items
Visiting the Museum
Thinking of visiting the museum? Have a quick preview with the Museum Virtual Tour below (video is approximately 1 minute in duration). Place your mouse cursor over the screen and click on the play button to start the tour.
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Museum Opening Hours
First Sunday of every month (except January), 11 – 3pm.
Entry is free but donations are appreciated.
81 Garfield Road East (next to Riverstone Swimming Pool)
Travelling to the Museum
Train: Catch a Cityrail train to the Richmond line (Western Line) and alight at Riverstone (1 hour from Central). Cross the railway line, and walk along Garfield Road. The museum is a 10-minute walk from the railway station, on the left side next to the swimming pool.
Car: Travel towards Northwest Sydney, access Garfield Road from either Windsor Road turning left onto Garfield Road or via Richmond Road.
The museum is located between George and Piccadilly Streets, on the Northern side of Garfield Road, as shown in the map below.
Volunteering at the Museum
We are a non-profit organisation dedicated to preserving Riverstone’s history, and rely on volunteers to run both the society and museum. We can always do with more help, particularly at the museum. With the opening of the new museum building, we are in need of extra volunteers.
If you have some spare time and would like to contribute to the community, why not volunteer with the museum? From helping with displays to local history research work, we are sure to have something to suit you.
If you are interested in volunteering at the museum, please don’t hesitate to contact us.