Foster’s Museum is a treasure trove of memorabilia from Foster’s rich and colourful past. Stop in to see how the district developed – from the discovery of gold in 1870 to the establishment of a thriving dairy industry in later years.
The Museum features Foster’s gold, timber and dairying history, together with an extensive collection of photographs, the former Agnes State School, a furnished miner’s cottage, a bark hut, and H.L. Lasseter’s work boat, among other fine displays.
Don’t miss this glimpse into the past … a visit to the Museum is a rewarding experience.