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THURSDAY 18 APRIL

City of Light and Learning: Early Education in the Tamworth District

Discover stories of innovation, inspiration and industry at the City of Light and Learning display in Ray Walsh House. From chalk and talk to iPads and solar panels, this exhibition will explore early and secondary education in the Tamworth district over time.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Ray Walsh House, 437 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 8:30am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.

Cultural Tour of Tamworth and surrounds with Len Waters

Immerse yourself in an Aboriginal perspective through an experience rich in storytelling and traditional practices, learning about the Kamilaroi people and how they understood and lived in harmony with our natural environment. Join Len Waters on this tour to Wave Rock and other significant cultural landmarks in the Moore Creek area. Please wear sturdy footwear and be sun safe, and note participants under the age of 18 must be under the supervision of a responsible adult.
Cost: $30/$25 plus transaction fee Adult/Concession or Child.
Venue: Tamworth Regional Botanic Gardens, Piper Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 12:30pm
Enquiries and bookings: Bookings essential; register at https://bit.ly/2IdFfP4.

Tamworth Powerstation Museum: From Kable to Edison Cables Exhibition

Samples of the world’s first underground electric power cables, manufactured by Edison in New York in 1881 and installed in Brisbane in 1884, were recovered from the Queens Wharf Redevelopment site in 2018, and are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
Cost: $5/$3/$9 Adult/Concession/Family
Venue: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 9am – 1pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.

Barraba Historical Museum

Visit the newly redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum and discover Barraba’s heritage, with displays reflecting the area’s Indigenous, social, business, domestic, mining and gold, education and agricultural histories. Grab a self-guided tour brochure to follow a trail of plaques on historic Queen Street, charting the main street’s history. If only the buildings could talk!
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: 10am – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings: 
Contact the Nandewar Historical Society on 0428 821 800. No bookings required.

Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required.

As far as the eye can see

In a virtual, digital and mechanical age, the need to remain connected to the natural world has never been more urgent. Celebrating the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking, As far as the eye can see is made up of the works of twenty-two artists, whose work reflects the breath and depth of print practice in Australia today and expresses their individual relationships to the land through a variety of media. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.

Catherine Truman Jewellery

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In Catherine Truman’s case, it’s often what she sees through the microscope. This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole, creating an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Barraba Historical Museum Re-opening

Join The Nandewar Historical Society Inc. for the opening of the redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum, with a vintage machinery display and some live music. Historic demonstrations and the refreshed exhibition displays will be available, with morning tea included.
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: Opening from 11am.
Enquiries and bookings:
RSVP by Tuesday 16 April to Tamworth Regional Gallery on 02 6767 5248.

Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.

Stories Under the Stars with Len Waters

Explore the stars through the eyes of the Kamilaroi in a family-friendly format, featuring storytellers, music and dance. Learn local star stories, their significance in Kamilaroi culture and what those stories said about the Kamilaroi people’s place in the world. Bring your picnic blanket and the kids along to this special event and leave with a new appreciation of the stars and their role in Aboriginal navigation, storytelling and spirituality.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Botanic Gardens, Piper Street, Tamworth
Time: 7:30pm
Enquiries and bookings: Bookings essential; register here.


FRIDAY 19 APRIL
Good Friday

Barraba Historical Museum

Visit the newly redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum and discover Barraba’s heritage, with displays reflecting the area’s Indigenous, social, business, domestic, mining and gold, education and agricultural histories. Grab a self-guided tour brochure to follow a trail of plaques on historic Queen Street, charting the main street’s history. If only the buildings could talk!
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: 10am – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings:
Contact the Nandewar Historical Society on 0428 821 800. No bookings required.


Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.

SATURDAY 20 APRIL
Easter Saturday


Nundle Go for Gold Festival

Join the annual celebration of Nundle’s gold rush history at Go for Gold, a fantastic day out for the whole family including Chinese dance performances, live music, gold panning and up to 100 market stalls. Keep the kids entertained with an animal nursery, jumping castle, entertainers and face painting while you discover Nundle’s heritage on this magical weekend.
Cost: $2 entry for adults and children over the age of 12
Venue: Jenkins Street, Nundle
Time: 8:30am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings:
Contact the Nundle Visitor Information Outlet on 6769 3026. No bookings required.


Tamworth Powerstation Museum: From Kable to Edison Cables Exhibition

Samples of the world’s first underground electric power cables, manufactured by Edison in New York in 1881 and installed in Brisbane in 1884, were recovered from the Queens Wharf Redevelopment site in 2018, and are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
Cost: $5/$3/$9 Adult/Concession/Family
Venue: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 9am – 1pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required. 

Old Court House Museum Open Day

Visit Nundle’s Old Court House Museum and view the comprehensive collection of artefacts and documents relating to the history and heritage of Nundle and District, as well as Aboriginal and Chinese memorials located in the Museum grounds. The collection is housed in one of Nundle’s spectacular heritage buildings, built by George Davidson in 1880.
Cost: $4 entry
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: Old Court House Museum, Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact 6769 3292. No bookings required.

Manilla Heritage Museum & Machinery Shed

Discover the Yarramanbully School, Chinese Memorial Garden commemorating the early market gardeners and shareholders of the district, and the impressive display of farming machinery and implements at the Machinery Shed, plus explore the memorabilia and archives available at the museum in Royce Cottage.
Cost: $4/$3/$1 Adult/Senior/Child
Time: 10am – 2pm
Venue: Manilla Heritage Museum at the Manilla Visitor Information Outlet, 197 Manilla Street, Manilla
Enquiries and bookings:
Contact the Manilla Visitor Information Outlet on 6785 1207. No bookings required.

Barraba Historical Museum

Visit the newly redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum and discover Barraba’s heritage, with displays reflecting the area’s Indigenous, social, business, domestic, mining and gold, education and agricultural histories. Grab a self-guided tour brochure to follow a trail of plaques on historic Queen Street, charting the main street’s history. If only the buildings could talk!
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: 10am – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings: 
Contact the Nandewar Historical Society on 0428 821 800. No bookings required.

Manellae Collectables

Explore this gold mine of history, a private museum curated by Manilla locals Harry and Robyn Fletcher who have developed their collection as a way to illustrate the past to younger generations. Their display includes an impressive agricultural tools, household items and a collection of over 450 Arnott’s items. Morning Tea will be provided for a gold coin donation.
Cost: Entry by gold coin donation
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Manellae Collectables, 110 Arthur Street, Manilla
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact 6785 2290 or 0428 856 513. No bookings required.

Moonbi Museum

The Moonbi Museum pays tribute to early settlers and farming activities in the area, as well as documenting sporting and cultural activities of times past. The museum includes a village well, restored Buggy, a selection of hand tools and household items, plus information on the area’s significant role in the development of the NSW poultry industry and a variety of family history findings.
Cost: By donation
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Moonbi Museum, 41 Gill Street, Moonbi
Enquiries and bookings:
Contact Moonbi Museum on 6760 3110 or 0412 868 760. No bookings required. 

As far as the eye can see

In a virtual, digital and mechanical age, the need to remain connected to the natural world has never been more urgent. Celebrating the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking, As far as the eye can see is made up of the works of twenty-two artists, whose work reflects the breath and depth of print practice in Australia today and expresses their individual relationships to the land through a variety of media. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Australian Country Music Hall of Fame 

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required. 


Catherine Truman Jewellery

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In Catherine Truman’s case, it’s often what she sees through the microscope. This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole, creating an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commencing at 11am, midday, 1pm and 2pm.
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.

SUNDAY 21 APRIL
Easter Sunday

Nundle Go for Gold Festival

Join the annual celebration of Nundle’s gold rush history at Go for Gold, a fantastic day out for the whole family including Chinese dance performances, live music, gold panning and up to 100 market stalls. Keep the kids entertained with an animal nursery, jumping castle, entertainers and face painting while you discover Nundle’s heritage on this magical weekend.
Cost: $2 entry for adults and children over the age of 12
Venue: Jenkins Street, Nundle
Time: 8:30am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: 
Contact the Nundle Visitor Information Outlet on 6769 3026. No bookings required.


Tamworth Powerstation Museum: From Kable to Edison Cables Exhibition

Samples of the world’s first underground electric power cables, manufactured by Edison in New York in 1881 and installed in Brisbane in 1884, were recovered from the Queens Wharf Redevelopment site in 2018, and are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
Cost: $5/$3/$9 Adult/Concession/Family
Venue: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 9am – 1pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.

Old Court House Museum Open Day

Visit Nundle’s Old Court House Museum and view the comprehensive collection of artefacts and documents relating to the history and heritage of Nundle and District, as well as Aboriginal and Chinese memorials located in the Museum grounds. The collection is housed in one of Nundle’s spectacular heritage buildings, built by George Davidson in 1880.
Cost: $4 entry
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: Old Court House Museum, Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact 6769 3292. No bookings required.

Barraba Historical Museum

Visit the newly redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum and discover Barraba’s heritage, with displays reflecting the area’s Indigenous, social, business, domestic, mining and gold, education and agricultural histories. Grab a self-guided tour brochure to follow a trail of plaques on historic Queen Street, charting the main street’s history. If only the buildings could talk!
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: 10am – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Nandewar Historical Society on 0428 821 800. No bookings required. 


Moonbi Museum

The Moonbi Museum pays tribute to early settlers and farming activities in the area, as well as documenting sporting and cultural activities of times past. The museum includes a village well, restored Buggy, a selection of hand tools and household items, plus information on the area’s significant role in the development of the NSW poultry industry and a variety of family history findings.
Cost: By donation
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Moonbi Museum, 41 Gill Street, Moonbi
Enquiries and bookings:
 Contact Moonbi Museum on 6760 3110 or 0412 868 760. No bookings required.

As far as the eye can see

In a virtual, digital and mechanical age, the need to remain connected to the natural world has never been more urgent. Celebrating the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking, As far as the eye can see is made up of the works of twenty-two artists, whose work reflects the breath and depth of print practice in Australia today and expresses their individual relationships to the land through a variety of media. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.



Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required.



Catherine Truman Jewellery

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In Catherine Truman’s case, it’s often what she sees through the microscope. This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole, creating an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commencing at 11am, midday, 1pm and 2pm.
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required. 

MONDAY 22 APRIL
Easter Monday

Barraba Historical Museum

Visit the newly redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum and discover Barraba’s heritage, with displays reflecting the area’s Indigenous, social, business, domestic, mining and gold, education and agricultural histories. Grab a self-guided tour brochure to follow a trail of plaques on historic Queen Street, charting the main street’s history. If only the buildings could talk!
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: 10am – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Nandewar Historical Society on 0428 821 800. No bookings required.


Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required.


Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.

TUESDAY 23 APRIL


City of Light and Learning: Early Education in the Tamworth District

Discover stories of innovation, inspiration and industry at the City of Light and Learning display in Ray Walsh House. From chalk and talk to iPads and solar panels, this exhibition will explore early and secondary education in the Tamworth district over time.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Ray Walsh House, 437 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 8:30am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.


Tamworth Local Aboriginal Land Council's Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge Sharing Day

Visit Boundary Rock on a cultural journey, celebrating local Aboriginal culture. Transport will be provided.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Meet at the Tamworth Local Aboriginal Land Council, 123 Marius Street, Tamworth
Time: 9:30am – 11:30am
Enquiries and bookings:
Bookings essential; RSVP by Thursday 18 April on 6766 9028.


Tamworth Regional Film & Sound Archive Open Day

Explore this incredible library of vision and sound, housing a huge collection of film and audio including Ison’s World War I Cinema Slides which, in 2019, were listed on UNESCO’s Australian Memory of the World Register. See old movies, learn about their extensive online database or even take your old movies in for transcription.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Film & Sound Archive, Ray Walsh House, 437 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Tamworth Regional Film & Sound Archive on 0409 997 870. No bookings required.


Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required.


As far as the eye can see

In a virtual, digital and mechanical age, the need to remain connected to the natural world has never been more urgent. Celebrating the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking, As far as the eye can see is made up of the works of twenty-two artists, whose work reflects the breath and depth of print practice in Australia today and expresses their individual relationships to the land through a variety of media.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Catherine Truman Jewellery

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In Catherine Truman’s case, it’s often what she sees through the microscope. This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole, creating an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.

WEDNESDAY 24 APRIL


City of Light and Learning: Early Education in the Tamworth District

Discover stories of innovation, inspiration and industry at the City of Light and Learning display in Ray Walsh House. From chalk and talk to iPads and solar panels, this exhibition will explore early and secondary education in the Tamworth district over time.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Ray Walsh House, 437 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 8:30am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.


Tamworth Powerstation Museum: From Kable to Edison Cables Exhibition

Samples of the world’s first underground electric power cables, manufactured by Edison in New York in 1881 and installed in Brisbane in 1884, were recovered from the Queens Wharf Redevelopment site in 2018, and are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
Cost: $5/$3/$9 Adult/Concession/Family
Venue: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 9am – 1pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.


Stories from the Lookout

An event targeted to local students, the Tamworth Historical Society’s Stories at the Lookout will tell the story of early Tamworth.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Oxley Lookout, White Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 11am
Enquiries and bookings:
Contact Tamworth Historical Society on 6765 8610. No bookings required.

Tamworth Family History group

Explore the Tamworth & District Family History Group’s resources including indexes, shipping and convict records, cemetery records, church and funeral records, newspaper clippings and books and discover your own heritage.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Ray Walsh House Foyer at Tamworth Regional Council, 437 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact 6760 8181. No bookings required.

Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required.


Bed Pans, Buildings and Benefactors Exhibition Open Day

The Tamworth Hospital Nursing and Medical Museum is hosting an open day in celebration of the opening of their newest exhibition. This fascinating museum provides a final resting place for decades’ worth of retired surgical tools, dentistry equipment, medicine bottles, photos and much more.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: 1883 Building at Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital, Dean Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 7061. No bookings required.


As far as the eye can see

In a virtual, digital and mechanical age, the need to remain connected to the natural world has never been more urgent. Celebrating the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking, As far as the eye can see is made up of the works of twenty-two artists, whose work reflects the breath and depth of print practice in Australia today and expresses their individual relationships to the land through a variety of media. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.



Catherine Truman Jewellery

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In Catherine Truman’s case, it’s often what she sees through the microscope. This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole, creating an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.


THURSDAY 25 APRIL
ANZAC Day


Tamworth Powerstation Museum Open Day

This ANZAC Day, come along to the Powerstation Museum Open Day for a guided tour and experience the mighty John Fowler Steam Engines (the only two of their kind still operating in the world) in action (from 10am). Plus, samples of the world’s first underground electric power cable are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
Cost: Free entry
Venue: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 9am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.


Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: midday – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696.No bookings required.


Barraba Historical Museum

Visit the newly redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum and discover Barraba’s heritage, with displays reflecting the area’s Indigenous, social, business, domestic, mining and gold, education and agricultural histories. Grab a self-guided tour brochure to follow a trail of plaques on historic Queen Street, charting the main street’s history. If only the buildings could talk!
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: 1pm – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Nandewar Historical Society on 0428 821 800. No bookings required.

Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.


FRIDAY 26 APRIL


City of Light and Learning: Early Education in the Tamworth District

Discover stories of innovation, inspiration and industry at the City of Light and Learning display in Ray Walsh House. From chalk and talk to iPads and solar panels, this exhibition will explore early and secondary education in the Tamworth district over time.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Ray Walsh House, 437 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 8:30am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.


Tamworth Powerstation Museum: From Kable to Edison Cables Exhibition

Samples of the world’s first underground electric power cables, manufactured by Edison in New York in 1881 and installed in Brisbane in 1884, were recovered from the Queens Wharf Redevelopment site in 2018, and are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
Cost: $5/$3/$9 Adult/Concession/Family
Venue: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 9am – 1pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.


Behind the scenes at Calala Cottage Museum

Join Tamworth Historical Society’s volunteers and go behind the scenes at Tamworth’s Calala Cottage Museum. Learn about preserving museum collections, view their antique clothing collection and gain access to the museum library and archives. Morning tea provided for a gold coin donation.
Cost: Gold coin donation entry
Venue: Calala Cottage Museum, 142 Denison Street, West Tamworth
Time: 9:30am and 11am
Enquiries and bookings:
Bookings essential; contact Tamworth Historical Society on 6765 7492.

Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required.

As far as the eye can see

In a virtual, digital and mechanical age, the need to remain connected to the natural world has never been more urgent. Celebrating the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking, As far as the eye can see is made up of the works of twenty-two artists, whose work reflects the breath and depth of print practice in Australia today and expresses their individual relationships to the land through a variety of media. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Catherine Truman Jewellery

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In Catherine Truman’s case, it’s often what she sees through the microscope. This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole, creating an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 5pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.


SATURDAY 27 APRIL


Tamworth Powerstation Museum: From Kable to Edison Cables Exhibition

Samples of the world’s first underground electric power cables, manufactured by Edison in New York in 1881 and installed in Brisbane in 1884, were recovered from the Queens Wharf Redevelopment site in 2018, and are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
Cost: $5/$3/$9 Adult/Concession/Family
Venue: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 9am – 1pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.


Heritage & Technology Information Session

Share a session with Nundle local Colin Cummins in discussion about technology including the internet and the digitisation of records, and its role in the production of local histories, plus purchase a piece of Nundle’s history to take home with you.
Cost: Free of charge
Time: 9:30am – 10:30am
Venue: Nundle Visitor Information Outlet, Fossickers Tourist Park Grounds, 103 Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings:
Contact the Nundle Visitor Information Outlet on 6769 3026. No bookings required.

Old Court House Museum Open Day

Visit Nundle’s Old Court House Museum and view the comprehensive collection of artefacts and documents relating to the history and heritage of Nundle and District, as well as Aboriginal and Chinese memorials located in the Museum grounds. The collection is housed in one of Nundle’s spectacular heritage buildings, built by George Davidson in 1880.
Cost: $4 entry
Time: 10am – 11:30am
Venue: Old Court House Museum, Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact 6769 3292. No bookings required.


Lands building, Fitzroy Street Open Day

Get a first look inside one of Tamworth’s oldest Victorian-era buildings on Fitzroy Street when the Lands building is open for one day only this April. The former Crown Land’s office on Fitzroy Street was recently taken over by Tamworth Regional Council and will be open for the public to explore during the Heritage Festival. Completed in October 1900, the building cost £5,000 and was designed by architect Warren Vernon. Morning tea will be provided.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: 25 Fitzroy Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 2pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact 6767 5555. No bookings required.


Manilla Heritage Museum & Machinery Shed

Discover the Yarramanbully School, Chinese Memorial Garden commemorating the early market gardeners and shareholders of the district, and the impressive display of farming machinery and implements at the Machinery Shed, plus explore the memorabilia and archives available at the museum in Royce Cottage.
Cost: $4/$3/$1 Adult/Senior/Child
Time: 10am – 2pm
Venue: Manilla Heritage Museum at the Manilla Visitor Information Outlet, 197 Manilla Street, Manilla
Enquiries and bookings:
 Contact the Manilla Visitor Information Outlet on 6785 1207. No bookings required.

Barraba Historical Museum

Visit the newly redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum and discover Barraba’s heritage, with displays reflecting the area’s Indigenous, social, business, domestic, mining and gold, education and agricultural histories. Grab a self-guided tour brochure to follow a trail of plaques on historic Queen Street, charting the main street’s history. If only the buildings could talk!
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: 10am – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Nandewar Historical Society on 0428 821 800. No bookings required.


Manellae Collectables

Explore this gold mine of history, a private museum curated by Manilla locals Harry and Robyn Fletcher who have developed their collection as a way to illustrate the past to younger generations. Their display includes an impressive agricultural tools, household items and a collection of over 450 Arnott’s items. Morning Tea will be provided for a gold coin donation.
Cost: Entry by gold coin donation
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Manellae Collectables, 110 Arthur Street, Manilla
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact 6785 2290 or 0428 856 513. No bookings required.

Moonbi Museum

The Moonbi Museum pays tribute to early settlers and farming activities in the area, as well as documenting sporting and cultural activities of times past. The museum includes a village well, restored Buggy, a selection of hand tools and household items, plus information on the area’s significant role in the development of the NSW poultry industry and a variety of family history findings.
Cost: By donation
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Moonbi Museum, 41 Gill Street, Moonbi
Enquiries and bookings:
 Contact Moonbi Museum on 6760 3110 or 0412 868 760. No bookings required.

As far as the eye can see

In a virtual, digital and mechanical age, the need to remain connected to the natural world has never been more urgent. Celebrating the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking, As far as the eye can see is made up of the works of twenty-two artists, whose work reflects the breath and depth of print practice in Australia today and expresses their individual relationships to the land through a variety of media.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.


Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required.


Catherine Truman Jewellery

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In Catherine Truman’s case, it’s often what she sees through the microscope. This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole, creating an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.

Wombramurra Homestead Gardens Open Day

Come along to historic Wombramurra Homestead’s Open Garden, as previously featured in Country Style and New England Living magazines. Established in the early 1900s, the garden houses a variety of Australian homestead garden plants and trees, with some over one hundred years old. 
Cost: Entry to open garden by gold coin donation.
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: 215 Crawney Road, Nundle 
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact 0418 866 072. No bookings required.


Mt Misery Gold Mine Cafe and Museum Open Day

Explore the exciting gold rush history of Nundle and surrounds, and visit the Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum for a tour and gold panning demonstrations.
Cost: $10 tour and demonstration package
Time: 11am – 12pm
Venue: Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum, Cnr Oakenville and Gill Streets, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings:
Contact the Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum on 6769 3459. No bookings required.

Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores Open Day

Step back in time at Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores and learn about the manufacture and uses of some of their traditional kitchen utensils and tools with store owners Megan and Duncan Trousdale.
Cost: Free of charge
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Venue: Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, 81 Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores on
6769 3310. No bookings required.

The Spread Eagle Hotel Tour

Explore this magnificent building, built in the 1860s and currently undergoing restoration. Learn about the original building from local Geoff Cummins, before co-owner Ian Dobbin discusses the restoration process.
Cost: Free of charge
Time: 1:30pm – 2pm
Venue: 64 Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact 6769 3136. No bookings required.

Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.


Wombramurra Homestead Gardens and Museum Tour

Join a tour of historic Wombramurra Homestead’s private museum – home to a unique collection of photographs, documents and artefacts on display in the 1840s-built Cottage building – and beautiful garden including afternoon tea. The garden has been featured in Country Style and New England Living magazines. Established in the early 1900s, it houses a variety of Australian homestead garden plants and trees, with some over one hundred years old.
Cost: Garden and museum tour including afternoon tea for $10 per person.
Time: 3:30pm
Venue: 215 Crawney Road, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings:  Bookings essential; contact 0418 866 072. 


Cannakale-Gallipoli Songs

In 2014, Brisbane-born classical singer Ayse Goknur Shanal requested composers of Australian, New Zealand and Turkish heritage write new works to commemorate the Centenary of the ANZAC landing in Gallipoli. Embark on a dramatic and emotional journey through the landscapes of Turkey and back home with Shanal and Patrick Keith in this special performance of works by Diana Blom, John Wayne Dixon, Erberk Eryilmaz and Ross Fiddes.
Cost: $30/$25/$15/$72 Adult/Pensioner, Tertiary Student/School Student/Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Chapel Theatre, Tamworth Regional Conservatorium of Music, 223-227 Marius Street, Tamworth  
Enquiries and bookings: Bookings essential; book online at www.thecon.com.au or call 6766 6911.

SUNDAY 28 APRIL

Stories from Brisbane Street Heritage Walk

Travel back in time with the Tamworth Historical Society to Brisbane Street between Calrossy Anglican School and the Peel River Bridge, including a stop off at Railway Park from some morning tea (for a gold coin donation).
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Meet out the front of Calrossy Anglican School, 140 Brisbane Street, East Tamworth
Time: 9am – 11am
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact Tamworth Historical Society on 6765 7492. No bookings required.


Tamworth Powerstation Museum: From Kable to Edison Cables Exhibition

Samples of the world’s first underground electric power cables, manufactured by Edison in New York in 1881 and installed in Brisbane in 1884, were recovered from the Queens Wharf Redevelopment site in 2018, and are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
Cost: $5/$3/$9 Adult/Concession/Family
Venue: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 9am – 1pm
Enquiries and bookings: For more information, call 6767 5227. No bookings required.


Heritage & Technology Information Session

Share a session with Nundle local Colin Cummins in discussion about technology including the internet and the digitisation of records, and its role in the production of local histories, plus purchase a piece of Nundle’s history to take home with you.
Cost: Free of charge
Time: 9:30am – 10:30am
Venue: Nundle Visitor Information Outlet, Fossickers Tourist Park Grounds, 103 Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: 
Contact the Nundle Visitor Information Outlet on 6769 3026. No bookings required.

Barraba Historical Museum

Visit the newly redeveloped Barraba Historical Museum and discover Barraba’s heritage, with displays reflecting the area’s Indigenous, social, business, domestic, mining and gold, education and agricultural histories. Grab a self-guided tour brochure to follow a trail of plaques on historic Queen Street, charting the main street’s history. If only the buildings could talk!
Cost: Gold coin donation
Venue: Barraba Historical Museum, 71 Queen Street, Barraba
Time: 10am – 3pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Nandewar Historical Society on 0428 821 800. No bookings required.


Moonbi Museum

The Moonbi Museum pays tribute to early settlers and farming activities in the area, as well as documenting sporting and cultural activities of times past. The museum includes a village well, restored Buggy, a selection of hand tools and household items, plus information on the area’s significant role in the development of the NSW poultry industry and a variety of family history findings.
Cost: By donation
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Moonbi Museum, 41 Gill Street, Moonbi
Enquiries and bookings:
 Contact Moonbi Museum on 6760 3110 or 0412 868 760. No bookings required.

As far as the eye can see

In a virtual, digital and mechanical age, the need to remain connected to the natural world has never been more urgent. Celebrating the contemporary topography of both landscape and printmaking, As far as the eye can see is made up of the works of twenty-two artists, whose work reflects the breath and depth of print practice in Australia today and expresses their individual relationships to the land through a variety of media. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.



Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

Explore a timeline of Australia’s country music heritage through displays at the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, from the pioneers of country music through to today’s industry stars. Don’t forget to check out the Walk a Country Mile interactive area too, following the growth of the genre through artefact, digital media and photos.
Cost: $7 entry fee
Venue: Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, Corner of Peel and Murray Streets, Tamworth (next to Hungry Jacks)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame on 6766 9696. No bookings required.



Catherine Truman Jewellery

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In Catherine Truman’s case, it’s often what she sees through the microscope. This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole, creating an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science. 
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Tamworth Regional Gallery, 466 Peel Street, Tamworth
Time: 10am – 4pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Tamworth Regional Gallery on 6767 5248. No bookings required.

Wombramurra Homestead Gardens Open Day

Come along to historic Wombramurra Homestead’s Open Garden, as previously featured in Country Style and New England Living magazines. Established in the early 1900s, the garden houses a variety of Australian homestead garden plants and trees, with some over one hundred years old. 
Cost: Entry to open garden by gold coin donation.
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: 215 Crawney Road, Nundle 
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact 0418 866 072. No bookings required.


Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum Open Day

Explore the exciting gold rush history of Nundle and surrounds, and visit the Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum for a tour and gold panning demonstrations.
Cost: $10 tour and demonstration package
Time: 11am – 12pm
Venue: Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum, Cnr Oakenville and Gill Streets, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: 
Contact the Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum on 6769 3459. No bookings required.

Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores Open Day

Step back in time at Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores and learn about the manufacture and uses of some of their traditional kitchen utensils and tools with store owners Megan and Duncan Trousdale.
Cost: Free of charge
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Venue: Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, 81 Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores on 
6769 3310. No bookings required.


Old Court House Museum Open Day

Visit Nundle’s Old Court House Museum and view the comprehensive collection of artefacts and documents relating to the history and heritage of Nundle and District, as well as Aboriginal and Chinese memorials located in the Museum grounds. The collection is housed in one of Nundle’s spectacular heritage buildings, built by George Davidson in 1880.
Cost: $4 entry
Time: 12:30pm – 4pm
Venue: Old Court House Museum, Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact 6769 3292. No bookings required.


The Spread Eagle Hotel Tour

Explore this magnificent building, built in the 1860s and currently undergoing restoration. Learn about the original building from local Geoff Cummins, before co-owner Ian Dobbin discusses the restoration process.
Cost: Free of charge
Time: 1:30pm – 2pm
Venue: 64 Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings:  
Contact 6769 3136. No bookings required.


Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330. No bookings required.


Wombramurra Homestead Gardens and Museum Tour

Join a tour of historic Wombramurra Homestead’s private museum – home to a unique collection of photographs, documents and artefacts on display in the 1840s-built Cottage building – and beautiful garden including afternoon tea. The garden has been featured in Country Style and New England Living magazines. Established in the early 1900s, it houses a variety of Australian homestead garden plants and trees, with some over one hundred years old.
Cost: Garden and museum tour including afternoon tea for $10 per person.
Time: 3:30pm
Venue: 215 Crawney Road, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings:  Bookings essential; contact 0418 866 072.




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