Oberon District Museum streetscape has a new border

Following a grant from Create NSW, the Oberon District Museum is happy to announce the installation of a glass protective barrier around the 1930s streetscape which was built by a group of seniors at the Oberon Day Care Centre back in 1989.

The streetscape is one of the key showpieces of the museum, and the committee is delighted with the extra “touch” added by the glass borders.

With another grant from the Foundation for Regional and Rural Renewal, the committee is planning to erect two sheds within the coming months for equipment which is outside in the weather.

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