The South Sea Islands Museum is a unique collection collated from the donated gifts from Seventh-day Adventist missionaries received while working in the Oceania.

From a 16-metre canoe which transported an English Duke to intricate basket work, from tools of war and feasts to parchments of the Bible in native dialects. The Museum has been rated as the the finest collection of Oceanic artefacts in Australia if not the world.

The Museum not only contains significant artefacts, but is a living memorial of the influence Christianity has made on the once hostile villages

The Museum is open:

Saturday, Sunday & Wednesday: 2.00 - 4.00 pm (otherwise by prior arrangement)

Closed Christmas Day & New Years Day

Address: 27 Avondale Road, Cooranbong, NSW Australia.

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