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The Busselton Museum welcomes all groups, including Schools, Tours and Community Groups.  Bookings can be made for any day excepting Tuesdays, when the Museum is closed for general maintenance.


Group bookings must be made in advance so we can ensure we have enough volunteers to assist during your visit.  Please use the button below to contact our Group Bookings team who will help you arrange your visit.


Remember – with over 5000 items to see make sure your group has plenty of time to browse.



School Groups are specially catered for on our Schools open days once a year (dates advised well in advance) as well as individually booked school visits. Many of the old machines will be operated and demonstrations of fading arts such as butter making, milking and spinning are showcased. The children especially enjoy playing “old time” games – tug of war, quoits, in line bowls etc.


Download the Teacher Information Pack for more information.


The Museum offers special packages for Community Groups and these groups can attract special discounts if they can schedule their visit on a Monday.




Download the Community Group Information Pack for more information if this is of interest you.




The Air Force Hut

This building was originally from the WWII RAAF Busselton Aerodrome, is believed to have first been used as a First Aid Post. It now houses Air Force and WWII memorabilia.

The Flood Gate

The Flood Gate was built in 1929 on the Vasse Estuary at Wonnerup. It is situated on the banks of the picturesque banks of the Vasse River.