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The Bollon Heritage Centre provides an insight into the challenges faced by the first white settlers with displays of historical items, photos, letters and newspaper articles. Bollon’s first telephone exchange, operational from the 1920’s to the 1980’s, is also on show.
The historic Bollon Post Office was established in 1889 and still operates in the original building. Today the post office offers banking services, gifts, souvenirs, books and stationery while still providing postal services to the residents of the town and outlying properties.
Deb’s Café is the home of the famous “Bollon Burger” and visitors can browse through the display of historic shearing items while enjoying a great cappucino. Home cooked meals and cold drinks are also available at Hotel Bollon and other services available in town include the Bollon Nursing Clinic and Fuel at Mane Service Station.