The Court House Museum is located in Latrobe on Tasmania’s beautiful north west coast. It tells the story of Latrobe and surrounding areas since European settlement began in the mid nineteenth century.
The centre of a rich agricultural and forestry district the town has also been a major port on the north west coast, the site of the Tasmania’s oil shale industry and birthplace of competitive wood chopping in Australia.
The Museum tells its stories through changing displays and rich photographic collections.
Admission: National Trust members free. Gold coin donation.
Children under age of 18 free.