Located on Inverloch's foreshore park, the South Gippsland Conservation Society promotes awareness of the environment and conservation issues within its Bunurong Environment Centre. It features a gift shop, informative brochures, dinosaur diggings, Aboriginal artefacts and a shell museum with over 6,000 specimens on display.
View exhibitions of significant items from Port Albert's rich maritime history. There are displays of navigation and communications equipment, a timber paddlesteamer, work boat, giant anchors and part of a lighthouse.
Location: Port Albertwww.portalbertmaritimemuseum.com.au
Krowathunkooloong Keeping Place is a museum housing a vast collection of artefacts, art and information where visitors can learn about the history, heritage and culture of Aboriginal East Gippsland. The displays feature shields with traditional markings, boomerangs, bark canoes, grass baskets, videos and an exhibition of contemporary Aboriginal art.
This heritage-listed building is home to a historical society museum that showcases the significance of the East Gippsland area throughout Victorian history. The museum offers artefacts relevant to some of the earliest law and order rulings in Victoria post settlement, along with a local history collection lovingly managed by the Omeo Historical Society.
Sale Historical Society manages 4 museums in Sale. The largest is the Sale Historical Museum which is housed in the old council chambers and features portraits of local pioneers, historic photographs, military memorabilia and items that depict early life in the area. There is also the Water Tower Museum which illustrates the town's water supply history, Railway Signal Box and Powder Magazine.