Barmah Forest Heritage and Education Centre

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The Barmah Forest Heritage & Education Centre in Nathalia is a delightful place to explore the rich history of the Barmah National Park and surrounding region. 

The centre has many interesting displays that celebrate the region including displays of local indigenous history, timber industry, wood cutters, riverboats, leach and feather collectors, cattlemen & more. The art also features art, culture & history exhibitions throughout the year that appeal to locals and visitors alike.

Please feel free to peruse a small part of what this centre offers by looking at some of our past and present exhibitions.



The Cobram Quilters Club 



an exhibition of works from five Cobram Quilters


The Cobram Quilters Club come together to share their quilts and the stories that they tell.

As a group they encourage all, through demonstrations  and workshops and they foster friendships through a shared passion of patchwork and quilt making.

They meet on: The fourth Sunday of the month (except December & January) at the Yarroweyah hall from 10am to 2pm and

The second Friday of the month (except for October, December & January) at the Cobram Community house.

They invite you to join them and feed your creative juices.

They hold an annual workshop and weekends away where experienced members are only too happy to share their knowledge.

This year they will be holding their 12th biannual exhibition of quilts titled "QUILTS ON THE MURRAY".

The exhibition is held at the Yarroweyah Hall, Murray Valley Highway, Yarroweyah on Melbourne Cup Weekend:

Sat 2 November (10-4pm) and Sunday 3 November (10-3.30pm).

The entry fee is $6.00 and there is something for everyone with shops, trading tables and refreshment. 

This exhibition is just a taste of what you will see. Watch the video below for a sneak peek.