Find out what’s happening at our museums in and around Central NSW region. Get the latest updates on exhibition openings, open days and local history events around the district.
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Image: Stockwell’s Commercial Hotel, one of the many notable buildings in Byng Street. Byng Street was once the main thoroughfare through Orange, with shops, a flour mill, hotels and other notable buildings. It has two churches – St Joseph’s Catholic and Holy Trinity Anglican, Orange Court House stands on the corner of Byng Street and Lords Place, and the former … read more
To coincide with the National Trust Heritage Festival the small museums and historic places of the Central West townships will be opening their doors on the 28 – 30 April. Visitors can discover the rich history and heritage of this important region of NSW. From prehistoric fishes to gold mining, through agricultural implements, old hospital buildings and a wealth of local family memorabilia, … read more
Now showing at Orange Regional Museum Open: Mon -Sun, 9am-5pm, No admission cost Journeys: people place stories explores the region, its people and place through time. Beginning with the region’s first inhabitants, Journeys explores the connection to country told through stories and artefacts of the Wiradjuri people, prior to and following the crossing of the Blue Mountains and eventual settlement … read more
Visiting the museums and historic sites of the Orange, Cabonne, Blayney District provides an opportunity to experience the rural lifestyle of Australians at the time of Federation. Being able to see a 100 year old photo, farm machinery or tools used to craft the pioneer homes gives an appreciation of rural technology as well as the spirit of personal endeavour.
Explore the region through its Regional Museums Heritage Trail. Absorb the history and heritage of Australia’s colourful past. Visit Orange Regional Museum website for more information.