Rocky Hill War Memorial and Museum
Opened in 1925 after World War I, the Rocky Hill War Memorial and Museum serves to recognise and honour the men who lost their lives from the Goulburn region to the war. The museum is located adjacent of a large tower atop of Rocky Hill in a small cottage. Come here to learn about the impact World War I held on the region, and view artefacts, memorabilia, and other collections from this time period. You’ll find old weapons, medals, and other items soldiers would have used at the time.
The memorial also consists of a large, 20-metre high tower made of stone and concrete. It is also a great place to catch panoramic views of Goulburn and the surrounding area. Open seven days a week from 7 am to 6 pm, a stop here will leave you understanding the importance of the war on the history of Goulburn and Australia as a whole.