Welcome to the Concord Heritage Society displays of the history of the area – the former municipalities of Concord and Drummoyne.
Our kitchen (1930-1950 vintage) delights both young and old. It brings back many memories for the older generations and intrigues the younger ones.
Toys from a bygone era also fascinate the children. But one of our most important displays is of the lawn mowers.
Have you ever wondered where the iconic Aussie rotary mower, the Victa, originated?
Mervyn Victor Richardson took “borrowing your neighbour’s lawn mower” to a whole new level when he laid eyes on the petrol-driven rotary mower designed by his neighbour, Lawrence Hall, a Marine Engineer, in 1948. Visit our museum to learn more.
To really appreciate what is on offer you need to come and see for yourself.
We are at 1 Bent Street, Concord.
Opening Hours: Wednesday and Saturday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Admission FREE. Donations appreciated.