Cundletown & Lower Manning Historical Society‘s major project is the installation of 36 Historic Plaques identifying sites of businesses and buildings of major importance to the history of the town. The plaques were donated by members of the community. Maps showing the location of these plaques and a suggested route for a leisurely stroll in pleasant friendly surroundings can be obtained from the Museum.
The Cundletown museum is now located in what was the Cundletown hall and features displays on the many industries and businesses in the area. The major display at this time relates to the dairy industry, which was one of the most important industries in the Manning Valley but is now slowly disappearing. The preservation of this industry along with shipping and timber industries is very important.