From the Visitors Book

Congratulations on a lovely exhibition” Joyce Widdons

“Great place to visit. Really enjoyable. Wonderful volunteers” Tewa & Cathy, Auckland.

“A great slice of history. So much character” Laura Coney, Dulwich Hill, Sydney.

“Loved this museum, so much and varied interest” Priscilla Leigh, 3817.

“Fascinating! Loved the paintings, stories & this quaint museum. Delightful” Jean Naug,

“What a surprise! And well-presented. Thank you” Bill Kozary, Dudley.

“Just so well done. Congratulations. Lovely volunteers” Gweneth Brooks & Elaine Brasher,

“Fascinating. Enjoyed the whole experience” Liz & Kev Dunsmore, Scotland.

“Coming from the Netherlands – I liked it” Jan Piepers.

“Extraordinary!” Wally & Glenys Sweet.

“Really enjoyed the displays. Saddened by the treatment of Chinese gold diggers” Al & Vicki McEwan.

“Nice tools. Remind me about my grandparents from Italy and Spain” Laura Villar, Argentina.

“Wonderful and educational experience!”Clive Craven & Margaret Haywood, Mosman, NSW.

Absolutely fascinating stuff!” Tkars Dizgalvis, Blackheath, NSW.

“One of the best heritage museums we have seen” Max & Pam Cameron.

“Very interesting. Some sad aspects” Dr McGrath.

“I loved seeing all Dad’s paintings in one place. I must admit he’s pretty good” Megan Pomroy-Sutherland

“(Five stars) What a fabulous find!” The Baker Family.

“Wonderful museum. Honest descriptions of conflict with Chinese & Aborigines & other artefacts & stories!” Mike & Liz Haines.

“Very evocative. Loved the humour” Craig & Andrea Bush.

“Very interesting! Has the world really changed?” Helen & Stan Rinaldi.

“Meeting wonderful people like you Trish make the holiday”
Greg Dunbar

“Loved it and so did my 10yr old son” visitor Tweed Heads.

And the last word goes to The Kids!

“My favrite bite was the tabble Thunder Bolt died on” (sic) Bonnie Taylor

“Wow! !Totally amazing! Thank you for collecting all these historical monuments & paintings- many blessings to you” Aramai Dallison.

“The dummies are really creepy. Thanks for the beautiful paintings” Lara Gulliver.

“Cool stuff- weird dummies” Bridie Park

“Loved it heaps. Thank you!” Baseo, 2261 NSW

“Thank you for letting us in” Shaw Family child (ED?)

“It was soooo amazing and interesting seen anything like it!” Alissa

“HAD A GREAT TIME !!!” (And a sketch of Thunderbolt) Jesse & Mikayla


Open 7 Days  – 10am – 4pm

Please check by calling the museum or the Uralla Visitor Information Centre Ph: 02 6778 6420, if you are travelling from afar.

Salisbury Street

Uralla, NSW. 2358

PH: 02 6778 3022



Admission Fee

Adults $7.00

Concession: $5.00

Children: $3.00

Family $15.00

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