New Gold Mountain

The Chinese At Rocky River

The Chinese artefacts from the Tingha Joss House were purchased by the Society in 1983. The original exhibition, called New Gold Mountain – Chinese at Rocky River and was originally curated by Michael van Leeuwen in 1982, revamped in 2000 by Kent Mayo and Anne Hacker.

The Rocky River Goldfields exhibition is complimented with a vast interesting display of Chinese artefacts from Uralla’s Rocky River Goldfields.

Extended Curation by Melissah Norris assisted by Lauren Chalmers.


Open 7 Days

(yes! every day of the year)

10am – 4pm

Salisbury Street

Uralla, NSW. 2358

PH: 02 6778 3022



Admission Fee

Adults $7.00

Concession: $5.00

Children: $3.00

Family $15.00