Faithfull Brothers Shoot Out
In February 1865 four of the Faithfull brothers were attacked by bushrangers Ben Hall and his gang members, John Gilbert and Johnnie Dunn. To the bushrangers’ surprise, the teenage boys fired back. It was a short but harrowing battle during [...]
Gold Fossicking at Tuena Creek
Try your luck at the public gold fossicking area behind the campgrounds in Tuena Village
An aboriginal word meaning “big” or “deep water”. Many water holes along Binda Creek exist and were used by the Gandangara people whose tribal lands stretched from Binda towards Taralga, Mittagong and Oberon.
The Loaded Dog Hotel
The Loaded Dog Hotel is a historical and welcoming hotel. Boasting a mouth-watering bistro with open fireplaces, air-conditioned bar and a rich bush-ranging history.
Riversdale Historic Homestead
Riversdale Homestead is a historic 1830s inn – today owned by the National Trust
Cemeteries and Family History in Goulburn
Embark on a journey to uncover the roots of your family tree or learn about the lives of the great Australians who helped shaped history.
Tour Goulburn's Watering Holes
In 1886 there were 73 inns in Goulburn, several venues are still serving today. This self-guided tour features many of the historic inns that you can still visit today, available from the Goulburn Visitor Information Centre.
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
Goulburn Historic Waterworks
Located in an idyllic setting on the banks of the Wollondilly River. Today houses The Horizontal Engine by Hick, Hargreaves & Co., which was originally put to work at Bell’s Creek gold mine near Araluan, NSW.
Situated two hours south of Sydney, Goulburn is a thriving city rich in colonial and gold heritage with a vast number of historic buildings.
Bungonia is also the gateway to the Bungonia State Conservation Area famous for its beautiful views, bushwalks, rock climbing, abseiling and canyoning.
Inside Garroorigang, Hume Historic Home, there are many interesting items including relics of the convict and bushranging eras.
Mandelson's of Goulburn
Nathan Mandelson purchased the Goulburn Hotel, pulled down the old structure, erected the two storey building known today as Mandelson’s of Goulburn.
Bradley Grange and Old Goulburn Brewery
The Goulburn Brewery complex houses much more than the brewery itself. There is also a steam powered flour mill, tobacco curing kiln, mews of stables and workers’ cottages – all designed as an integrated industrial complex.
For many years Tarago was a staging post and railhead for the southern line. Today the village boasts a number of historical buildings, particularly the Loaded Dog Hotel.
A major stockade for chain-bound convicts was located on the north side of the Highway at Towrang.
The Carrington Gold and Silver Mine was located on the road to Marulan, north of Goulburn.
From its elevated position atop the Great Dividing Range, the historic town of Crookwell governs green rolling hills and features pretty tree-lined streets, beautiful gardens and plenty of streams for trout fishing. Explore architectural remnants of early-settler life in buildings [...]
Bald Hill Tourist Mine
Bald Hill tourist lets you experience the subterranean world of a colonial gold miner.
Bathurst offers a wealth of gold trails heritage including the iconic Hills End Historical Village where the roaring early days of the gold rush come to life, and the nearby Bald Hills Tourist Mine where you can step into an original 1870s [...]
Discover the enduring legacy of colonial New South Wales and the roaring early days of the gold rush at the iconic Hill End Historic Site. With its museum displays and many preserved buildings, Hill End offers fascinating insight into the [...]