Latrobe Court House Museum 1882 – National Trust Property
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About this site: The Court House Museum tells the story of Latrobe and surrounding areas since European settlement. The centre of a rich agricultural and forestry district, the town has also been a major port, the site of the Tasmania’s oil shale industry and birthplace of competitive wood chopping in Australia. The Museum tells its stories through changing displays and rich photographic collections.
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