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 and other interesting paraphernalia from the 19th and early 20th century.. One highlight of the [...]
A photographic look through 150 years of Grenfell`s history touching on life on the land, sport, our town, snippets of families through the ages and other photos of interest. This exhibition also includes memorabilia of clothing and items of interest spaning through the years.
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 and Travel Centre on Sheridan Street.
Trains arrived in Young 25 years after the gold rush began in 1860. Surveyors set the tracks on the longest level ground in the town; the public school, Temperance & Masonic Halls and Congregational Church 'in the road' were demolished. The station is a perfect example of the High Victorian era, when the state was [...]
It sounds simply divine. An invitation to savour a long lunch in the breathtaking orchard landscape, covered in pink and white blossoms, and home to Australia's best cherries in Cherry Capital country. Long trestle tables, exceptional Hilltops food and wines, and the rustic charm of one of Young's most picturesque orchards combine for a promising [...]
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 which many shots were fired. The Faithfull boys escaped and Ben Hall and his gang [...]