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Man From Snowy River Museum operated by the Upper Murray Historical Society Corryong, Victoria

The Man from Snowy River Museum and Riley's Village tells the story of Jack Riley who was without doubt, the real man from Snowy River who inspired Banjo Paterson's famous poetry. This epic tale has an endearing place in the hearts of all Australians and is celebrated every year in Corryong at the Man from Snowy River Festival.

Contact Information

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PO Box 51 Corryong Vic 3707 (map)
phone
+61 (02) 6076 2600

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Opening Hours

10am-4pm daily Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday, and the morning of Anzac Day. Hours from Jun-Aug may be reduced to 1pm-3pm.

Location

103 Hansen St Corryong Victoria

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Local Folk Museum, titled 'The Man from Snowy River Folk Museum', tribute to a local stockman Jack Riley.

Significance

We have had a significance assessment done and a number of items were identified as being significant (and of National importance), the most recent being Jim Simpson's World War Two rug, which is 2m x 2m.

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Framed Photo - The Bramley girls playing tennis at the Needles, Berringama, September 20th, 1902

Man From Snowy River Museum operated by the Upper Murray Historical Society , Corryong

Framed photograph of the Bramley girls playing tennis at the Needles, Berringama, Upper Murray.

Historical information

Photograph of Bramley family. Early residents of the Needles, Berringama, Victoria - 20th September, 1902

Inscriptions & Markings

On back of frame - September 20th, 1902, at "The Needles" Berringama. Charles Bramley and sisters Minnie & Nellie - "The Bramley girls playing tennis."