Ten Thousand Paces

Ten Thousand Paces is an artists run gallery in the Southern Highlands of NSW. In a shared space in a busy main st location we are champions of regional creative communities. We have an 11m long exhibition space and have a regular exhibition schedule, a full program of workshops and run many events. Sharing 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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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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Riversdale

In 1828, where the Great South Road forded the Wollondilly River, a few allotments were surveyed for the township of Goulburn Plains. Of these, the site of Riversdale was granted to Matthew Healey in 1830. He held an Innkeepers’ license in 1832, operating from a slab building. In 1832, Governor Bourke selected another site for

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Harper’s Mansion

Harper’s Mansion is listed on the NSW Government Heritge Register as a property of State heritage significance. The circa 1835 house is a fine example of a colonial Georgian residence and is furnished in period style. The house is set in two acres of strolling gardens of cool climate heritage plants, overlooking the historic village of Berrima and features

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Cooma Cottage

On the banks of the Yass River, Cooma Cottage is in the heart of the rich sheep grazing country which attracted pioneers in the early 1820s and 1830s. The original colonial bungalow forms part of the earliest complex of dwellings and stables on the site, as built by pioneering pastoralist, Cornelius O’Brien. The property is

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Bowral Art Gallery

Bowral Art Gallery, nestled in a quiet street a short walk from Bowral’s thriving cafe scene is a place where you will discover a miriad of wonders. As an innovative contemporary art space we offer weekly or fortnightly exhibition opportunities to emerging and established artisans. The Gallery is incorporated under the Bowral & District Art

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Sturt Australian Contemporary Craft and Design

STURT CRAFT CENTRE – supporting Australian artists and designers. Established in 1941, Sturt is a national centre for the teaching and promotion of Australian contemporary craft and design.  Sturt features a design shop, gallery, cafe, residency program, events, annual summer and winter schools and a wide range of classes and workshops through our active studios

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NSW Rail Museum

Australia’s biggest rail heritage attraction, the NSW Rail Museum is located at Thirlmere – near Picton, just 90km from Sydney along the M5. The NSW Rail Museum is a fascinating and exciting step back in time for all ages with interactive displays, kid’s activities, glimpses behind the scenes at Australia’s newest locomotive roundhouse and a

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Yass Railway Museum

The Yass Railway Museum exhibits a host of railway memorabilia housed in it’s original station building which was erected in 1891, boasting the shortest platform in Australia and including static displays of original period steam engines, carriages and goods vans. Located in Crago St in the centre of the rural town of Yass, some 282kms

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Yass and District Museum

The Yass & District Museum regularly changes its main display area to highlight aspects of the local history. Currently A J Shearsby; Renaissance Man of Yass features local Alfred James Shearsby a photographer, geologist, artist, astronomer, palaeontologist, writer and administrator with more than a hundred images taken by him during his time in Yass. Other

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The Old Goods Shed (Museum and Gallery)

The Bundanoon History Group (BHG) holds an extensive collection of photographs and written and oral history material, and arranges regular outings to local places of historical interest. The Old Goods Shed in Railway Avenue holds the BHG archive, and is open on the first and third Sunday of each month from 10.00am to 3.00pm, also

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Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre

Fitzroy Falls is a magnificent waterfall located in the Southern Highlands of NSW, within Morton National Park. It is a gateway to Morton National Park which is the 5th largest national park in NSW. The waterfall is accessible from the Southern Highlands and Kangaroo Valley being on a popular tourist drive through the Southern Highlands

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Berrima Courthouse Museum

Visitors can capture the feeling of this old building and visualise the many hundreds of people brought before its bench: hoteliers petitioning for licenses; litigants seeking mediation for disputes; escaped convicts and notorious bushrangers, cattle stealers, sly grog sellers, thieves, and murderers brought to justice, many to end their days in the forbidding walls of

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Berrima District Museum

Located in the delightful historic village of Berrima, Southern Highlands this exceptional museum brings to life the history of the district. The museum’s popular new exhibition in the all new digital gallery, A Butcher, A Baker, A Bunch of Makers celebrates artisans of the Southern Highlands in breathtaking HD. Visitors can also experience Prisoners in

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Bradman International Cricket Hall of Fame

The Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame houses state-of-the-art interactive experiences and a museum collection of national significance to suit everyone’s interest. The Bradman Centre boasts many attractions beyond the world-class Museum; a life-size bronze statue of Sir Donald Bradman in the courtyard, a cricket themed children’s park, delicious food from Stumps Cafe,

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Pye Cottage Museum

The Pye Cottage Museum, established in 1975, was moved piece by piece from its original site near Dalton, by the Gunning & District Historical Society and re-erected in its current position on Yass Street, Gunning. The slab hut cottage is furnished to some extent with period pieces.  It houses a number of photographs that relate

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Taralga Historical Society Museum

Looking for a day’s outing? Then head to historic Taralga. Visit the historical museum and step back in time in the colonial cottage and the slab dairy or the shearing shed/blacksmith complex and the recently added Nissan Hut. Morning tea and lunch can be arranged by appointment. A worthwhile historical tour of the complex is

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Goulburn Rail Heritage Museum

The Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre is re-opening on Thursday 9th December 2021.  The Rail Heritage Museum and restoration centre, includes a roundhouse and turntable, a large 130 year old workshop building and ancillary buildings. Restoration of heritage rolling stock is carried out at the Roundhouse. To ensure safety and security, all visitors are escorted by

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Rocky Hill War Memorial Museum

Rocky Hill War Memorial opened in 1925 as a lasting tribute to the men and women of Goulburn who served during World War 1. Sponsored by the community and designed by renowned local architects, E C Manfred and Sons, the memorial tower is constructed of concrete and clad in local stones – some of which

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