Kangaroo carving

Two shillings, Boss

Carvings like this were offered to passengers on the Trans Train, between Adelaide and Perth, for the nominal sum of “Two shillings, Boss”. This carving is believed to be from the Nullarbor, circa 1930s to 1940s.

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Cunderdin Museum

A collection full of surprises, in the heart of the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme

See one of the biggest water pumps in Western Australia, inside this museum, which is located in Goldfields Water Supply Scheme No.3 Steam Pumping station. The collection contains the original pump...


Lot 418 Forrest Street
Cunderdin WA 6407

Open Hours
7 days 10am - 4pm; Closed for the Christmas - New Year period; Opening hours are subject to change due to availability of volunteers, so contact the museum prior to visiting. Admission fees apply.

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