Adelong Alive Museum

Adelong Alive Museum tells the stories of Adelong and district, beginning in the gold rush period of 1852 and continuing to the present day. This small but vibrant museum offers a variety of local displays and travelling exhibitions which are rotated regularly  

Adelonia Theatre Mural

The Adelonia Theatre was privately built in the 1920s and gifted to the Adelong Community in the 1960s.

Tumut Art Society

It was 57 years ago when Lyle Baker gathered a small group of enthusiastic painters and formed the Tumut Art Society.

Riverglade Wetlands

The wetlands is Crown Land dedicated as a permanent Common on 18th November 1870.  Tumut Shire Council are the Trustees.

Montreal Theatre

The heritage listed theatre was designed by Kaberry & Chard in 1929 for local draper JJ Learmont and build by Joseph Nysen.

Tumut Museum

The Tumut Museum collection features Miles Franklin memorabilia and early agricultural machinery.

Junction Bridge

One of only 5 McDonald truss timber bridges remaining in New South Wales, the heritage listed Junction Bridge in Tumut is the only existing triple span arrangement.  The Junction Bridge was originally called the Shelley Bridge.

Tumut Railway Precinct

The heritage listed Tumut Railway Station was opened on 12th October 1903 on the Tumut Branch Line from Cootamundra.

Tumut Pioneer Cemetery

The very earliest death recorded in the cemetery is that of M O’Mara in 1841 or 4. The earliest recorded birth dates are those of Isabella Rankin and Thomas Quilty in 1786.  Burials ceased at the Pioneer Cemetery at the beginning of the twentieth century although the use of family plots continued for long after, [...]

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 [...]