Murtoa Water Tower Museum
Water Tower Museum is housed in an old four-storey, thirteen-metre water storage tower built in 1886 by the railways for the supply of steam engines. Some objects are also held in the adjacent historic Concordia College building. The museum holds a unique taxidermy collection of 500 birds dating back over a hundred years. Also on display are cuttings, photographs and artefacts relating to the history of the region and the local German, Irish and English farming communities.
The museum holds a unique taxidermy collection of birds, eggs and mammals which is over one hundred years old; local community archives including family, schools, churches, organisations and transport records and photos; blacksmithing and farming hand tools, household implements and toys.