The Land | Life | Culture display introduces visitors to the unique natural and cultural heritage of the Tweed. The Tweed is one of the largest natural erosion calderas in the world, shaped by dynamic forces over millions of years.
The project is the largest undertaken by the Museum since the multimillion dollar redevelopment of the site was completed in 2014. The display was made possible through Restart NSW funding and through generous private donations.
The exhibition features important Indigenous cultural knowledge associated with key locations around the Tweed contributed by members of the local Aboriginal community as well as information on Tweed's biodiversity.
The exhibition provides visitors with a comprehensive introduction to landscape formation; how it has shaped life in the valley, and continues to do so. The exhibition features interactive hands-on components alongside case study specimens.
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Tweed Regional Museum, 2 Queensland Road, Murwillumbah 2484 View map
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