Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival – Nundle Program

Location: Nundle, NSW

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED due to COVID-19 health advice. 2021 details will be added in due course.

Come and join us for the 2020 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival – Nundle Program!

FRIDAY 8 MAY to FRIDAY 15 MAY

Nundle Woollen Mill Tours

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330.

SATURDAY 16 MAY to SUNDAY 17 MAY

Wombramurra Homestead Gardens & Museum 

Come along to historic Wombramurra Homestead Garden and Museum Opening, as previously featured in Country Style and New England Living magazines. Established in the early 1900s, the garden houses a variety of Australian homestead garden plants and trees, with some over one hundred years old. The 1840s Cottage building houses a unique collection of photographs, documents and artefacts relating to the history of Wombramurra Station. Enjoy refreshments on the homestead verandah.
Cost: Entry to open garden, museum and refreshments $10
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: 215 Crawney Road, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact 0418 866 072.

Nundle Court House Museum Open Day

Visit the Nundle Court House Museum and view the comprehensive collection of artefacts and documents relating to the history and heritage of Nundle and district, as well as Aboriginal and Chinese memorials located in the Museum grounds. The collection is housed in one of Nundle’s spectacular heritage buildings, built by George Davidson in 1880.
Cost: $4 entry
Time: Saturday 10am -11.30am, Sunday 12.30pm – 14.00pm
Venue: Nundle Court House Museum, Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact 6769 3292.

Mt Misery Gold Mine Cafe and Museum Open Day

Explore the exciting gold rush history of Nundle and surrounds, and visit the Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum for a tour and gold panning demonstrations.
Cost: $10 tour and demonstration package
Time: 11am – 12pm
Venue: Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum, Cnr Oakenville and Gill Streets, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact the Mt Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum on 6769 3459.

Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores Open Day

Step back in time at Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores and learn about the shop’s history and continuing evolution including the recent replacement of its timber and iron verandah.
Cost: Free of charge
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Venue: Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, 81 Jenkins Street, Nundle
Enquiries and bookings: Contact Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores on 0427 693 310.

The Peel Inn

Join historian Geoff Cummins to learn about his research for a book in progress on Innkeepers, Publicans and Sly Grog Sellers, Tall Tales and True from the Nundle Gold Fields 1853-1900.

Cost: Free of charge
Venue: The Peel Inn beer garden
Time: 1.30-2.00.
Enquiries and bookings:  Geoff Cummins 0427 189 398, The Peel Inn for lunch bookings 6769 3377.

Nundle Woollen Mill Tours 

Connect with Australia’s wool heritage at the award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill, and join owner Nick Bradford on a tour of the Mill. Marvel at the antique machinery, most of it sourced from long dormant mills and lovingly restored, working its magic to turn bales of the finest Australian merino wool into yarns.
Cost: Free of charge
Venue: Nundle Woollen Mill, 35 Oakenville Street, Nundle
Time: Tours commence at 2pm
Enquiries and bookings:  Contact the Nundle Woollen Mill on 6769 3330.

Celebrate our History