Gulgong Gold Experience

Gulgong Gold Experience is located on Red Hill where gold was found in 1870 by Tom Saunders.  The gold rush that followed this find was to become known as ‘the last of the poor man’s gold rushes’. The Gulgong Gold Experience has been excavated into the slopes of Red Hill and incorporates the original commissioned tile mural

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Mount Erin Heritage Centre

The Mount Erin Heritage Centre is located at Wagga Wagga in the original Mount Erin Convent which was built 1874-76. This historic site is where five Presentation Sisters from Ireland established a convent and school in 1876. Since then several schools have existed here including St Brigid’s, St Marys, St Eugene’s, Mount Erin High School,

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City of Sydney Customs House

Customs House is a welcoming and dynamic public space. Accessible and responsive to the world around it, it houses a model of our city, exhibitions and events, a public library, and a variety of other spaces that invite people to connect, learn, share food or find a moment’s escape. Since opening in 1845, Customs House

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The Australiana Pioneer Village

The Australiana Pioneer Village, is a village of historic buildings dating back to the 1800’s. These buildings were saved in 1969-1970 by Dugald Andrew (Bill) McLachlan. The buildings were to be destroyed but Bill McLachlan moved them to his land and put them in a streetscape to save them. He died shortly afterwards and finally the

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Braidwood Museum

Come and visit a building that has played many roles in the life of Braidwood. This was the first significant hotel in Braidwood, built in the 1840s as the Royal Hotel, of local granite with a shingle roof. James Larmer, the well-known early colonial surveyor had the licence and lived there in the latter part

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Condobolin Railway Museum

The Railway museum aims to preserve the unique rail history of the region, in particular the township of Condobolin, as well as connecting retired people with skills to maintain and restore the rolling stock, water tankers and other exhibits.  The Railway Museum volunteers also interact with children from pre-school up to high school age and

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Orange Regional Museum

Orange Regional Museum will interpret the stories, cultures and places of the region, displaying artefacts that trigger memories, engage audiences and inspire new ways of thinking about history and cultures. Orange Regional Museum will host temporary and permanent exhibitions on a variety of themes including, settlement of the region, mining, the built environment, agriculture, migration

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Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences

MAAS is Australia’s contemporary museum for excellence and innovation in applied arts and sciences. Established in 1879, our venues include Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Observatory and Discovery Centre. We are uniquely placed to demonstrate how technology, engineering, science and design impact Australia and the world. Internationally, MAAS is acknowledged for the calibre of our collection, scholarship and exhibitions. Our collection

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Sydney Bus Museum

Step inside the over 100 year-old Leichhardt Tramshed to see our extensive collection of vintage buses, view our World War II exhibition and experience a ride aboard a vintage double-decker bus across the ANZAC Bridge to the CBD and return. Vintage double-decker bus rides depart regularly from the main Museum entrance for a 30-minute round trip to the Queen Victoria Building

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Ungarie Museum

The Ungarie Museum has an extensive local history collection with a particular focus on the historical Wollongough Station.  The Museum highlights objects and stories that reflect the ingenuity and thrift of local country people and the theme of  ‘making-do’ is consistent throughout the exhibition.  The Ungarie Museum has hundreds of tales to tell and the

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Addison Road Community Organisation

Addison Road Community Organisation is a dynamic grassroots development organisation that manages a unique heritage site on the lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation in Sydney’s Inner West. Its nine-acre site was won for community use in 1976 by an alliance of ethnic welfare groups, local residents, activists, artists and people working

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Kangaroo Valley Pioneer Village Museum

The Kangaroo Valley Pioneer Village Museum, tells the stories of the region’s early settlers and their families. Original artifacts and displays are exhibited in several buildings, both original and recreated, on the banks above the Kangaroo River, beside historic Hampden Bridge. All buildings and displays have been either relocated or built on site, replicating original

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The Lock-Up

Located in one of Newcastle’s most significant heritage buildings, The Lock-Up is a multi-disciplinary contemporary arts space and inner city hub for creative thinking and doing. Listed in the NSW Heritage Register, The Lock-Up was the Newcastle Police Station and lock up from 1861 until its closure in 1982. The building includes rare heritage listed

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Concordia Gallery

Concordia Gallery is located on Stanmore road opposite Newington College. It is an exhibition space committed to showcasing emerging, established and international artists and explorative art education models. Concordia Gallery offers a range of artist in residency programs that provides unique opportunities for artists to engage with a well-resourced educational community. 

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Newington Armory

Newington Armory is a heritage-listed former naval armaments depot that has been reborn as a unique arts venue.  It offers the Armory Gallery, once a WWII explosives store, now transformed into a 500 sqm contemporary art gallery, and Building 20, a 19th Century gunpowder magazine, that presents site-specific installations and smaller exhibitions.

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Museum of Freemasonry

Discover a hidden universe. The hidden mysteries and secrets of Ancient Freemasonry. A collection spanning over 200 years and including the Archives, Museum, Gallery and Library of the Freemasons of Australia. All housed in a building considered the finest example of Brutalist Architecture in the Southern Hemisphere. There is a free audio app available for

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Namoi Echo Museum

Wee Waa’s Namoi Echo Museum has a comprehensive display of farm machinery, horse drawn vehicles, Aboriginal and geological artefacts. It has a saddlery, a blacksmiths shop and a restored children’s Merry-Go-Round. The Museum features a one room school house and a saw miller’s cottage. Both of these have been restored and they display a collection of

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Eugowra Historical Museum & Bushranger Centre

The Eugowra Museum and Bushranger Centre was opened by Cabonne Council Mayor John Farr on the 25 – 26 October 2003. And a new extension has recently been completed but is not yet open. This building was formerly a stock and station agent’s shop, but with government grants, gifts and lots of volunteer labour, it

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Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Inc (HARS)

We traverse Australia in search of aviation artefacts. We recover and where possible restore to flying condition, aircraft or types of aircraft that have played a significant part in Australian aviation history in both civil and military arenas. We work with over 70 licensed aircraft engineers to preserve these historic aircraft. Their licenses cover virtually

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Anzac Memorial Hyde Park

The Anzac Memorial was created as a place to remember the Great War (1914 – 1918). Completed in 1934  the Memorial is both a work of art and a remarkable piece of architecture. Designed by Australian architect Charles Bruce Dellit in collaboration with George Rayner Hoff, an English sculptor, the memorial is a key site

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