St Clement’s Retreat (Monastery)

St Clement’s at Galong became a home for the Redemptorists in 1917, when 'Galong House' and its surrounding 800 acres, the home of "Ticket of Leave" convict Ned Ryan, was left to them by his son, John Nagle Ryan M.L.A.

The Blue Church

The church was built in 1887  and was moved by volunteer labour  to its present site in 1916 on land donated by the Pereira family. Occasional services are still held in the church including local weddings.

Gold Fossicking at Tuena Creek

Try your luck at the public gold fossicking area behind the campgrounds in Tuena Village

A Self-Guided Heritage Walk of Goulburn

This Tour will give you a brief glance back in time to discover the historic homes and CBD precinct of Australia's first inland city

Tumut Catholic Church

The foundation stone of the first Catholic Church of St Mary’s of the Immaculate Conception was laid in 1858 by His Lordship Bishop Polding, the Bishop of Sydney.  It took just 14 months to complete but eighteen years later the building was found to be too small for the congregation.  The current church built of [...]

All Saints Anglican Church

All Saints Anglican church the elegant gothic revival brick building is classified by the National Trust (NSW)designed by the eminent architect Edmund Blacket was built from 1875 by Fred Kindred and finally consecrated complete with tower which was gifted to the Anglican community by M.C Bardwell the brick maker and builder on 17th October 1893 [...]

Young Heritage Walk

You’re never far from places of historical significance when you visit Young.  One of the best ways to embrace the past and interact with some of the most noteworthy landmarks of Young is by taking a self directed heritage town walk.  

St Marks Church

St Marks Church at Monteagle is one of the enduring landmarks of Monteagle village.

St Mark’s Church, Currawong

The Roberts family built the bluestone Anglican Church 10 km northwest of Murrumburrah in 1918-19 adjacent to Currawong Station, where James Roberts sheltered 1,274 Chinese miners from the Lambing Flat riots in 1861. The neat little cemetery in the grounds of the Church, Currawong contains inscriptions dating from 1919 to the present day. The monuments [...]