Sikh Heritage Museum

The Sikh Heritage Museum of Australia is devoted to progressing and encouraging public knowledge, understanding and for the ongoing preservation of the traditional and religious life of the Sikh people.

It showcases the Sikh identity and religion, explores the complexities of Sikh spirituality, and the dedication of Sikh people throughout history in both Australia and the world. The exhibits contain information on the the Sikh understanding of the origins of the universe, the lives and teachings of the Ten Gurus, the Sikh empire, Sikhs in the world wars, the Sikh ANZAC contribution, first migration of Sikhs to Australia and finally the establishment of a Sikh community in Woolgoolga.

Opening Hours 10am to 4pm Thursday to Sunday

Woolgoolga has the largest regional Sikh/Punjabi population in Australia. Preserving the history of a community is vital for the upkeep of their culture, religion, social and economic life.

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