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The Eumundi Museum is the perfect place to engage with the humanities and social sciences and discover Australia’s heritage. We have ready-made kits for school visits. But we are more than happy to tailor a program for you. Please contact us and we will make a plan.
The memorial trees that shade Memorial Drive and Gridley Street are a beautiful feature of the town. The first six trees were planted in1917, commemorating the service and death of six soldiers from Eumundi who died during the First World War (1914 - 1918). Sadly, a further fourteen trees were added over the next two years.
The museum hosted an exhibition called Trees of Tribute during the centenary commemoration of the war. A video telling the story of each of the fallen soldiers was developed.
It was not until the 21st Century that trees commemorating the service and ultimate sacrifice of seven veterans from the Second World War (1939 – 1945) were finally planted in Eumundi Memorial Park.
More information can be discovered at the museum.
A wealth of social history can be found at the Eumundi Museum. We will also endeavour to answer any and all questions that you may have. Please contact us by email, telephone or Facebook.
In the meantime, check out these videos featuring snippets of our wonderful town.