Borroloola Police Station Museum

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Pay a visit to a time when Borroloola was a major river port and drovers camp at the oldest surviving example of a Northern Territory outpost station.

Visit the Borroloola Police Station Museum for a fascinating insight into the local history. The police station was constructed in 1886 when Borroloola was a significant river port and drovers' camp.

The buildings were used for 50 years by the police before becoming a patrol officer's residence. It is the oldest surviving example of an outpost station in the Northern Territory. The building now houses a small district museum, which tells many stories of occupation, administration and mining in the Gulf region. The museum is open to the public from May to September each year.

Opening times:

  • Open between the months of May to September.

Facilities:

  • Car park
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • National Trust

Payment options:

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