Emmaville Mining Museum

The historic village of Emmaville in the Glen Innes Highlands is home to the Emmaville Mining Museum, the dream of Mr and Mrs Jack Curnow who ran the Emmaville bakery.

After closing the bakery in 1969, they used the shop to display their vast collection of minerals and photographs. Their collection was bequeathed to the community in the hope that the town could start a museum.

Today, the museum houses a number of significant collections. In all, there are over 4,000 mineral and gem specimens in addition to the beautiful 1,500 bottle collection.

View the replica miner’s hut and blacksmith’s shop, more than 200 historical photographs and bottle collections, all the nostalgia of the past in Foley’s general store.

Tour available all year.

Costs: Include, guide, morning tea, entry to the museum – bus if required

Price on application

To book: call Sheryn – 0408 682 802 OR Judi – 0409 322 026 or send an enquiry:

Select the tour you are interested in

Refunds: A cancellation fee of 17.5% will apply up to 7 days prior to the scheduled tour. NO refunds within 7 days of the scheduled tour.