In the Museum's yard you will find an extensive collection of
agricultural machinery and tools. Above is shown a stump jump plough.
Shown above is Stinson's cottage one of Wellington's pioneer houses
with a dirt floor and slab sides. It was built in 1851.
In another shed is an extensive collection of horse drawn drays and buggies. There is also a number of bakery items including a bread making machine.
We also have one of the earliest stripper/harvesters,
poison carts and a steam engine.
The museum also has one of the last one teacher bush schools which was reerected on the grounds. This is the Windora Bush School and is setup with a replicated classroom of the period including a teacher!
Shown above is one of the earliest tractors in the district, a kerosene fueled
Case from the USA.
One of the earliest refrigerators
A large range of agricultural machinery