Exhibition

  • The Chaff Shed

    Down In The Shed An exciting “personified” collection of large artefacts.  Upstairs: She’ll Be Right, Mate A folk museum exhibit with an eclectic collection and a very personal touch in…

  • Absolutely Fabulous Four

    Our International Women’s Day Official Opening and Celebration Dinner was held just in time before Covid 19 changed all our plans. On 14 March, 2020, approximately 70 guests gathered at…

  • THE LACE LADY…

    Rosemary Shepherd OAM My move to Uralla in 2015 put an end to 37 years involvement with the Powerhouse Museum. I hadn’t even unpacked properly before a dear friend, also…

  • Opening Exhibition Updates

    Unfortunately, this has had to be postponed until a date to be set. Guest Speaker Malcolm Knox was very understanding and has held his Qantaslink tickets over to appear at…

  • Millers Tales – About the Editor

    About The Editor Ann Hacker, who took a year away from the Mill to work on a project of her own, has mercifully resumed her roles as Publicity Officer and…

  • A forgotten cricketer, antique lace, and a Chinese story now complete. . .

    Upcoming and New Exhibitions at the Museum McCrossin’s Mill is a Museum with a surprising variety of exhibits, some of which are of National Significance. One of these, “New Gold…

  • Amazing Find in Uralla

    Amazing Find In Uralla Store…. I love to wander around Uralla in my spare time to see what new and exciting things I can discover amongst Uralla’s abundance of unique…

  • Best Batsman in the World: Sunny Jim Mackay

    “Sunny Jim Mackay, Best Batsman in the World” is a new exhibition that was opened by Malcolm Knox, a well-known Sydney journalist, in 2021 and tells the amazing and tragic story…

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    Death of Thunderbolt: Painting Series

    About The Artist Phillip Pomroy As a young lad in Wingham, Phillip Pomroy was inspired by the works of Tom Roberts. Roberts’ famous “Bailed Up”, depicting Captain Thunderbolt’s hold-up of…

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    E. H. Barnden Collection: The Tin Man

    In the Depression of the early 1930’s, people came up with ways of amusing themselves and lifting their spirits. Ernest Henry Barnden used the kitchen table in the family’s slab…

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Open 7 Days

(yes! every day of the year)

10am – 5pm

Salisbury Street

Uralla, NSW. 2358

PH: 02 6779 3022

Email: museum@uhs.org.au

 

Admission Fee

Adults $7.00

Concession: $5.00

Children: $3.00

Family $15.00

Our volunteers have implemented the COVID-19 Safety Plan effective 1 July 2020 for Museums and Galleries to create and maintain a safe environment for you.