Oberon District Museum

The Oberon District Museum focuses on the Oberon district’s cultural, family, rural and timber industry history. The museum’s Forest and Timber Pavilion is the latest new attraction as the town is at the centre of the softwood industry in the Central Tablelands of NSW.

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Ballina District Museum

Located in the village of Pimlico, the museum was originally the heritage listed Pimlico Community Hall built in 1937. The museum showcases the history of the development of the Ballina District from pre-1842 when only the Nyangbul people lived in the area, to European settlement commencing in 1842 and subsequent industries including cedar cutting, shipping

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Wentworth Military Collection

Located at the Historic Port of Wentworth, the Wentworth Military Collection is a Military Museum and a must see for the avid military history buff, servicemen and women past and present or anyone who has a connection to the Australian armed forces. The Wentworth Military Collection is now home to the Marching Matilda Experience. This

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Station House Museum

Station House – home to seventeen Stationmasters and their families from 1883 to 1979 – is a tangible reminder of the great railway expansion of the last century. For more than 100 years Station House has dominated the railway scene in Culcairn, together with the historical Railway Station the complex reflects the significance of Culcairn

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Molong & District Servicemen & Servicewomen’s Portrait Gallery

All the portraits in this unique collection, were painted by artist Anne Marie Ingham. She gave her time to this project in gratitude for the sacrifices of these men and women, representing all from this area who served in our armed forces. She hoped it would enhance public awareness of their efforts. The first portraits

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Iluka Museum

The Iluka Museum in Charles Street, Iluka, adjacent to the War Memorial, is located in the Soldier’s Memorial Hall. The Hall was built by the community and was opened in 1923. It was funded almost entirely by local residents and constructed using local volunteer labour. The Memorial Hall became the hub of Iluka life for

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Clarence Town and District Historical Museum

Erringhi was the Aboriginal name for the area in which Clarence town now resides. A town was established on the banks of the Williams River and was renamed Clarence Town in 1826 and was a timber cutting town. The current Town Courthouse was built in 1869 and remained a courthouse until about 1970. The building

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Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Experience, Dubbo

Touch down into the world of heroic doctors, nurses, pilots and outback communities at the Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Experience (Dubbo).

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Museums Bathurst

Museums Bathurst – a diverse group of local Museums operated by Bathurst Regional Council, each offering very different experiences that complement a broad range of other cultural attractions that Bathurst has to offer. Explore unique and extraordinary collections through tours, learning programs, and continually evolving exhibitions and events. See natural history at its most stunning,

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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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Gulgong Holtermann Museum

The Gulgong Holtermann Museum is a contemporary museum housed within two iconic State Heritage Listed buildings. These two buildings were originally photographed in Mayne Street, Gulgong in 1872 by Beaufoy Merlin and are featured in the UNESCO listed Holtermann Collection of photographs. The State Library of NSW has given its collective expertise, guidance, support and

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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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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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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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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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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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Trades Hall

The Trades Hall provides an insight into the history of trade unionism and its centrality to social justice, democracy and human rights in today’s world. The Hall houses a fascinating collection of historical, trade union banners, badges, campaign material, important documents and books. The building is open Monday to Friday with changing exhibitions on show

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