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As part of efforts to keep our community members and staff safe from the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Tweed Regional Museum will be closed to the public from Tuesday 17 March 2020 until further notice. Staff will be available via phone or email to take enquiries during this time.
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The Tweed Regional Museum (TRM) operates at three sites - Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads, and Uki.

These sites operate as one and complement one another while maintaining their own character and focus.

Admission to all Tweed Regional Museum branches is FREE.

Please direct all enquiries to the Museum Office (02) 6670 2493,

Locations and opening times

Murwillumbah Branch
Tweed Heads Branch
Uki Branch

1462 Kyogle Road (corner of Norco Street)
Uki NSW 2484
The Uki branch is a research centre focussed on the history of Uki and South Arm and surrounding areas. The centre is staffed by volunteer members of the Uki and South Arm Historical Society. Opening hours may vary.

Please contact the Society directly on (02) 6679 5890, or contact Tweed Regional Museum staff on (02) 6670 2493

Services and facilities

  • Public toilets are located adjacent to the Museum building, in the park.
  • Picnic facilities are located adjacent to the Museum building, in the park.

Wheelchair accessibility

Uki branch is not wheelchair accessible.

For further details, contact the Museum office on (02) 6670 2493.

Transport and car parking

There is ample off-street parking adjacent to the Museum building, in the Butter Factory complex. Please note: this parking is not available on Market days.

For details on public transport options, please see the Tweed Shire Public Transport Network page of Tweed Shire Council's website

School and Group Bookings

Tweed Regional Museum is pleased to host Schools and Groups at our Murwillumbah branch.

Bookings are essential for groups.

Please complete the Group Booking Form (108kB PDF). For further details, please contact the Museum office on (02) 6670 2493. Further information for teachers and school groups can be found on our Education page.

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