McCrossin’s Mill Uralla

McCrossin's Mill Uralla
Located in the heart of Uralla, McCrossin’s Mill was built as a steam driven Flour Mill by Alexander Mitchell for John McCrossin in 1872. This historic building has been lovingly restored and converted into a Museum and Function Centre by the Uralla Historical Society. McCrossin’s Mill function room can accommodate up to 80 guests comfortably within the formal reception area.   Features of McCrossin’s Mill include:
  • Superbly restored interior Flour Mill, ideally suited for private functions
  • Private Garden Setting
  • Charming and intimate atmosphere
  • Delightful and tranquil gardens, perfect for pre-dinner drinks and hors d’ oeuvres.
  • Marvellous location and backdrop for photographs
  • Cosy wood heater, ideal for cooler weather
  • A friendly, experienced team to ensure your function is a memorable occasion
  • There are many local accommodation options available for guests.
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Open 7 Days

(yes! every day of the year)

10am – 5pm

Salisbury Street

Uralla, NSW. 2358

PH: 02 6778 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.