Tinonee, situated on the banks of the Manning River is one of the Manning Valley’s most historic villages. During the early 1900s, it was an important shipping-trade destination. The tall majestic sailing ships plying the river were once an everyday sight in Tinonee, which buzzed with commerce and industry. The Tinonee museum now celebrates and preserves that rich history. Open 10am to 2pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and Saturday from 12.30pm to 3.30pm.