Museum of the Great Southern

A child pretending to be a teacher to another child wearing a dunce hat

The Torbay School building – an old one room, one teacher school – stands as a tribute to Western Australia's pioneer teachers. The building fosters an appreciation and understanding of the history of rural education, and the conditions experienced in early settlement days.

This old school building is also used for school holiday activities, special events and Museum programs. Events are posted in the "what's on" calendar in the website.


A child pretending to be a teacher to another child wearing a dunce hat

Old One Teacher School Room

Image copyright of the Western Australian Museum

Getting Here

Western Australian Museum - Albany Map

Address

Residency Road,
Albany,
Western Australia,
6330,
Australia

Phone
(08) 9841 4844

 

By Bus
The Museum of the Great Southern is located within walking distance of the town centre, which is serviced by the several bus services, visit the PTA website for timetables.

By Car
Parking is available in onsite.