A NSW Government grant of $15,000 will ensure significant repairs can be made to the 1887 Oberon Museum Cottage. At present the 1887 Oberon Museum Cottage is falling into a state of disrepair and needs to be made weather proof to save it from the inclement weather. The project is quite complex because of the fragile nature of the cottage, but the planned works include the replacement and repair of damaged and rotted weatherboards, frame, roof and flashing.  The aim of the project is to render the cottage to a structurally sound state, make it weather proof, safe and accessible, protecting it for generations to come.