Bathurst Rail Museum

The Bathurst Rail Museum brings the rich social history of Bathurst and our story as a railway town to life, with personal recollections and interesting artefacts. Explore the stories of local people connected to the Railways, past and present, who have contributed to making Bathurst the thriving city and community it is today. The completion

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Pari

Pari is an artist-run initiative in Parramatta. We are for art that tells stories that need to be told, sheds new light on old thinking, or tackles new ideas altogether. We are for getting you to Parra, or making it so that you don’t have to leave here to come together over new, challenging, boundary-pushing

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Museums of History NSW

Museums of History NSW is changing the way our past is understood and our future will be experienced. This new ‘home’ for the history of NSW brings together the historic houses, museums and collections previously in the care of Sydney Living Museums with the vast archives and records in the NSW State Archives Collection. Dedicated

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Griffith Pioneer Park Museum

Explore the history of Griffith and the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area as you walk around — and into — an extensive collection of buildings and artefacts from the region. Within these and throughout the Park are many of the machines, tools and other artefacts from the history of Griffith and the construction of the Riverina’s ‘food

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Hyde Park Barracks

A UNESCO World Heritage-listed site in the heart of historic Sydney, the Hyde Park Barracks is an extraordinary living record of early colonial Australia. Originally built to house convicts, the Barracks has also served as an immigration depot, asylum, law courts and government offices. Today it is a cutting-edge museum. Today this immersive museum tells

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New Italy Museum

Historic New Italy stands on acreage that was once part of the original New Italy Settlement in Northern NSW. It had its beginnings in 1880, when poor farming families from the Veneto region in Northern Italy were beguiled by Frenchman, Marquis de Rays, to purchase land in a phantom paradise in the Pacific named La

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Yamba Museum – The Story House

The award-winning Yamba Museum, operated by the Port of Yamba Historical Society, is located within the heart of Yamba. The museum, its displays and collection are evidence of the settlement of Yamba, and clearly document its strong maritime history and the importance of the mighty River Clarence to this area. The local Yaegl people have

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Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre

If you haven’t visited the stunning Tweed Art Gallery before, you’ll be amazed by the large, modern facility displaying first-rate exhibitions. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns and offering panoramic views of the Tweed River, the Gallery was established on this site in 2004, and was extended in 2006. The prestigious Margaret Olley Art Centre

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Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery is located in Goulburn’s bustling CBD. When visiting the Gallery, you’ll see what artists are making now, and be challenged by the ideas of today. The Gallery presents exhibitions from living Australian and international artists, across three exhibition spaces. The main space heroes new work, Gallery 2 is dedicated to local

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Fairfield City Museum and Gallery

Bring your family and friends to spend the day at Fairfield City Museum & Gallery where you can immerse yourself in the fun and breathtaking exhibitions programs and events. Fairfield City Museum & Gallery is known for its strong history of community involvement and is the largest exhibition space in Fairfield City. Fairfield City Museum

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