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Armidale

Step back in time as you explore this preserved Edwardian mansion and its gardens. Set on a 25-acre grazing property outside Armidale, Saumarez Homestead is an…

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Broken Hill

The Broken Hill Mosque is one of the most intriguing heritage sites in Broken Hill. Built in 1887, it’s now the only surviving mosque built by cameleers in Aust…

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Broken Hill

White's is the perfect place to come and discover all about the mining history of Broken Hill and the region.  Your host Kevin ‘Bushy’ White, is a veteran of t…

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Broken Hill

The West Darling Machinery Preservation Society was established in 1988 by a group of machinery enthusiasts. Their aim is to restore heritage machinery back to…

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Broken Hill

At the Synagogue of the Outback Museum, Curator Margaret Price and her team of dedicated volunteers have created a fabulous testament to the cultural diversity…

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Walcha

The little town of Walcha is a living, breathing art gallery.  As you wander around Walcha, a charming New England town comprised of a main street and a smatte…

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Broken Hill

The unique site of the 'Line of Lode Miners Memorial and Visitors Centre', on the edge of the mullock heap that bisects the city of Broken Hill, could not provi…

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Silverton

You don’t have to be a Mad Max fan to appreciate the hard work and dedication that has gone into creating Silverton’s Mad Max Museum. For owner Adrian Bennett…

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Broken Hill

For many Australians, Broken Hill conjures up images of a remote Outback town surrounded by a scorched, desolate landscape.  There is so much more to Broken Hil…

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Dubbo

Step foot in a real slice of Australian rural history. Located just 7km south of Dubbo, Dundullimul Homestead offers a unique window into early pioneering life…

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Broken Hill

Homewares, gifts, flowers and coffee; there’s a lot to like at Thom, Dick and Harry’s. It’s hard to know whether ‘come for the coffee, stay for the homewares’ o…

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Hay

Australia has a woolly past and there is no better place to learn about it than at Shear Outback in Hay. For the vast majority of our history, Australia’s numbe…

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Hay

Explore the history of some of NSW's great pioneers. The story of the township of Hay begins with a battle of wills between two pioneers named Henry. Henry Leon…

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Hay

The Mighty Murrumbidgee is a natural playground for the people of Hay, and its best-kept secret. Ask any of the locals in Hay what they get up to on the weekend…

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Hay

We ‘Take 5’ with the shearer and shed manager at Shear Outback, Billy Garner. Where do you like to take family and friends visiting Hay? Hay has really interest…