Gundagai Historical Museum
Gundagai museum is a showcase of Gundagai history with donated items from the community. From the Model T Ford at the entrance to the old bark hut you can also find farm machinery, wagons, equipment, clothing, coins, stamps, household items [...]
Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel
A tribute to Steele Rudd’s famous “Snake Gully” characters, Dad, Dave, Mum & Mabel, this life size family has been immortalised in copper by sculptor Aurel Ragus. The characters are on display in Carberry Park adjacent to Gundagai Visitor Information [...]
Captain Moonlites Grave
One of the local bushranging tales surrounds the exploits of Andrew George Scott – better known as Captain Moonlite. Unlike other bushrangers, Scott was from a wealthy, educated family. With a shady background as a trickster and robber, he assembled [...]
Old Gundagai Gaol
Following the devastating 1852 flood, the town lock-up needed to be rebuilt as a watch-house or gaol. Alexander Dawson, the colonial architect, designed the building and Charles Hardy won the tender for its construction in 1859. Hardy and Hodson builders [...]
Gundagai is home to a truly unique, private collection of historic photographs which are now internationally known as the Gabriel Collection.
The town Doctor in Gundagai from 1887, Dr Charles Louis Gabriel was also a keen amateur photographer. Local businessman Cliff [...]
The landscape at Gundagai is dominated by four bridges spanning the Murrumbidgee flats: the historic Prince Alfred Bridge, the timber Railway Bridge, and now the dual Sheahan bridges of the Hume Highway.
Historic Gundagai Railway Station
The Gundagai Railway station was built in 1885 and was officially declared open for public use on the 1st June, 1886. First services along the new branch line were the service contractor trains and then as the line was officially [...]
Cootamundra Heritage Centre
Located in the old Railway Barricks giving you a glimps at the past of Cootamundra
Bradman Birthplace Museum
The birthplace of “The greatest batsman the world has ever known” Sir Donald Bradman.
Gold Mining and Agriculture made Gundagai both prosperous and a centre for bushranging, which is immortalised through poems and songs such as Where the Dog Sits on the Tuckerbox, and Along the Road to Gundagai that has gave the town a [...]