The Wanneroo Regional museum is a great little museum that is free to enter (gold coin donation appreciated) and fun for kids of all ages.

The Wanneroo Regional Museum gives a voice to communities that make up Wanneroo’s history. Travel through time and explore a range of exhibits, audiovisuals and interactive displays. The museum showcases the City’s rich cultural heritage with exciting displays that celebrate the stories of the area. More than 550 objects and photographs are on permanent display.

Displays include treasures from shipwrecks, items from market garden sheds and a road roller used on Wanneroo Road. There are a few interactive exhibits that captured the attention of my kids. You can try your hand ‘surfing the waves’ at the back of a real beach shack that used to grace the beach at Quinns Rocks.


There are binoculars and a telescope for imaginary play up on the platforms, along with a noughtsand crosses game and abacus. The lower level consists of a train with steering wheels and gears, 2 of each, allowing more than one child to have a turn at once. Perfect for creative play adventures with a friend.

My kids loved taking part in the treasure hunt around the museum where you had to select a picture of an object and then go and find where it lives in the museum. The museum houses a great children’s area themed around Wanneroo’s market gardening past. Kids can pack and load vegetables into a market truck and play at shopping and trading.

Each school holidays there are special activities put on for children. When we visited the very lovely Monty spent lots of time showing us how to make our own origami frogs and swans. The kids loved it!museum-4

Wanneroo Regional Museum is right next door to the fabulous Café Elixir which is a great family friendly dining spot serving delicious food!

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For more information about the museum check the City’s website. 

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