Sisters of Charity Heritage Centre & Archives

The Sisters of Charity Heritage Centre is a welcoming and warm story-telling place, connecting visitors to the history and charism of the Sisters. Through a display of the history of the Congregation and the ministries of the Sisters, the exhibition displays the Sisters’ service to the community and reflects their ongoing work in health, education,

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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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South Sea Islands Museum

Want to see a full size Solomon Island war canoe, spears used by past cannibals, or Fijian wooden pillows?  Then you need to visit this hidden treasure of indiginous artefacts from the South Sea Islands. The museum showcases ethnographic items from Australia, Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, PNG, Pitcairn Island, Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu that have been collected by Seventh-day Adventist Missionaries

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Mary MacKillop Place Museum

What contribution have significant individuals and groups made to the development of Australian society? You will be amazed when the real story of these significant people is revealed through such pioneering women as Mary MacKillop [Saint Mary of the Cross] and the Sisters of St Joseph. Explore Mary’s story and the co-founder of the Sisters

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Mudgee Museum

The Mudgee Museum tells the story of the Mudgee area through its collection of approximately 60,000 items.  The collection is displayed in several buildings on site which include a mid-nineteenth century hotel, an early twentieth century church, and a replica of a slab hut.  For those with an interest in family history or with questions

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Bishop’s Lodge Historic House & Garden

Bishop’s Lodge Historic House is a remarkable iron house and outbuildings designed and built in 1888 by Bishop Sydney Linton and architect, John Sulman. It incorporates innovative design ideas for mitigating Hay’s extreme summer heat. Bishop’s Lodge is surrounded by a heritage garden featuring a remarkable collection of historic roses, some of which are unique.

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The Great Synagogue Museum

Located within the Great Synagogue itself and founded in the 1980s, the AM Rosenblum Jewish Museum showcases an outstanding collection of Jewish artefacts including textiles, ritual silver and paintings. Exhibitions change periodically. The collection includes embroidered vestments, illuminated addresses, a portrait gallery of former rabbis and presidents, crafted silver rimonim and other ritual objects, photographs

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Sydney Jewish Museum

The Sydney Jewish Museum is dedicated to documenting and teaching the history of the Holocaust. The world-class Museum challenges visitors’ perceptions of democracy, morality, social justice and human rights and places the Holocaust in its historical and contemporary context. Since 1992, the Museum has stood as a memorial to the six million Jews murdered in

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