The Morgan Historical Walk includes the Railway Reserve and some of Morgan Township’s buildings of historical significance. The walk starts at the Morgan Museum and takes approximately an hour and a half to complete. It is possible, however, to do most of the tour by car if desired, walking only the short distances of grassed area on the Railway Reserve. There are many different historical buildings and monuments to view on the walk. Some of the buildings are private residences and you are asked to respect them as such.
Some of the historical buildings you can see include the morgue, the train station platform and ticket office, the wharf area, the sunken barge and steamer, the powder magazine, the Morton Bay fig tree, Post Office Row, the post office, Captain Charles Sturt’s monument, the Postmaster’s residence and the former customs house.