Millicent Museum – National Trust Property
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About this site: The Millicent National Trust Museum began in 1960 in the first primary school in Millicent built in 1873. Major displays include 25 fully restored buggies, carriages and wagons, beautiful gowns, Millicent history, the Shipwreck Room and Aboriginal deep cave art replicas. The centre displays a collection including horse-drawn vehicles, a maritime room and a collection of replica aboriginal cave art.
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