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We would like to acknowledge the Galibal people of the Bundjalung Nation, the traditional custodians of this land on which we live. We would also like to pay respects to Elders past, present and future.
The Casino and District Historical Society Inc was formed in 1965 and consists of a group of people dedicated to preserving our history for future generations to enjoy.  The Society’s main aim is to preserve all aspects of Australian culture such as tools of trade, implements, furniture, Aboriginal artifacts, newspapers, photographs and diaries etc. and especially the early history of the local area and its early settlers.

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MUSEUM HOURS WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY 10am - 2pm. Other days by appointment. Group bookings available. ADMISSION Adults: $5, Children and Students: free. MEMBERSHIP Single $20, Couple $30, Junior $5.


Around Casino are 19 historical information signs, telling of the town's history in various locations. Click below for a preview.

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COMING UP *BBQs are held on the 3rd Saturday of the month on Barker Street in front of CASINO DIY HOME TIMBER & HARDWARE from 8am to 12pm. >>>The next BBQ is on<<< >>>the 20th of January 2024<<< *OPEN DAY! Everyone is welcome to a FREE OPEN DAY at the museum! Come and discover the local history. >>>The next Open Day is<<< >>>yet to be determined<<<


The museum has a comprehensive collection of articles and material connected with the origins of casino and surrounding district that reflects the lifestyle of earlier residents. The museum is always interesting in acquiring either by purchase, donation or otherwise, additional items for preservation.


GENERAL MEETINGS, 2023 Held on the 2nd Saturday in March, June, September and November, 10am at the museum. COMMITTEE MEETINGS Held on the 1st Monday of each month at 9:45am at the museum.

Warren Armfield


Graeme Rooney

Senior Vice President

Barry Dennis

Junior Vice President

Geoff Austin


Wayne Hollis

Assistant Secretary

Robyn Nesbitt


Heidi Simpson


Dorothy Sullivan

Bulletin Editor & Digital Media Coordinator

Sue Gibson

Minutes officer

Nina Handford

Public Officer

Rita Philpott

General Committee Member

The Casino & District Historical Society supports and appreciates the work and support of
Patron Counsellor Robert Mustow, Mayor of Richmond Valley Council.
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  • 31b Walker Street, Casino New South Wales 2470