The Tweed Regional Museum Collection includes over 20,000 images and 15,000 objects that tell stories of the history and culture of the Tweed, from 20 million years ago to the present day.
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Indigenous Australians are advised that the Collection may contain images or names of people now deceased.
Digitising of the photograph collection is ongoing. Donations of images and objects relating to the Tweed are always welcome.
Using images from the Museum Collection
You can print, copy or download a Museum image for private research or study purposes without asking for permission.
If you require a high resolution copy, or if you wish to publish the image or use it commercially, please contact us.
When using images from the Museum Collection, we ask that you use the following acknowledgement:
Image courtesy of Tweed Regional Museum.
Please ensure you attribute the photographer if known.
Tweed Regional Museum may not hold copyright over images in our Collection. It is your responsibility to check the copyright status of material. If it is in copyright, you will need to seek permission from the copyright owner. Information on copyright is provided by the Australian Copyright Council.
The Collection of Tweed Regional Museum was created in 2004 by an amalgamation and transfer of ownership to Council of the collections of the historical societies of Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads, and Uki and South Arm.
The Collection Policy was adopted in 2006 and aims to strategically enhance the depth and importance of the Collection by approaching collecting in a manner that reflects the Tweed Region as a whole, single entity.
The Collection Policy of Tweed Regional Museum has a primary focus on collecting for exhibitions, educational purposes, research and archiving. The Policy undergoes regular reviews to ensure that the Museum’s collecting focus keeps pace with what is an increasingly diverse and evolving region and reflects the people, places, environment and culture of the Tweed.
Collection Policy - Tweed Regional Museum(PDF, 645KB)