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Emmaville began as a private township known as Vegetable Creek. In 1872 tin was discovered here, causing a population explosion. In fact, the hospital still bears the original name.

Emmaville Mining Museum Visitors to the village can explore the history of mining in the district by visiting the rather comprehensive mining museum located in the village. A full photograph of the museum can be seen in the photo gallery.
The Mining Museum features the following:

The museum is open Friday to Tuesday between 10am and 4pm. Other times are by appointment by phoning (02) 6734 7025

Fossicking is certainly a very popular attraction to Emmavile these days, as well as to the nearby village of Torrington.

Around the 1960's and 1970's, Emmaville attracted a lot of interest with the story of The Emmaville Panther.

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