• Social Activities – Calendar

    Despite the bitterly cold weather that occurred throughout the last few winter months when many of the events were held, it did not seem to daunt the invited guests/audiences who…

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    Central Park, Armidale, is one of my favourites. Age-old trees dapple the spacious lawns, the War Memorial at the very centre of this uncluttered, special, peaceful place. Settle yourself down…

  • The Chinese Temples Project and McCrossin’s Mill McCrossin’s Mill Museum and Function Centre

    Last year in the capacity of the museum collection manager I had the pleasure of working along side Paul Mc Gregor and Junita Kwok from Our Chinese Past Inc. The…

  • People Ask About the Unusual Signs on our Garden Sheds etc. So, here you go …

    BUNNINGS – Where you go to get all sorts of stuff for building exhibitions, etc.(“Lower standards are just the beginning”.)BUGGERY – The Garden Shed, you know, “way to buggery up…

    The Curator’s perspective

    . Last November the Mill’s Spaces Make Lace exhibition was a winner in the Small Museums category of the Museums and Galleries Annual IMAGinE Awards which were held at the…

  • Australia Day Honour for our Director

    Huge congratulations to our Honorary Director who was acknowledged for his service to the community and was named in the Australia Day Honours List as a recipient of the Medal…

  • Our Constant Gardeners

    When I became a volunteer at the Mill, I had no idea of the huge amount of work that had created such a unique cultural icon from a very sad…

  • Great Work Kirk! A surprise Visit

    On a chilly June morning, I was taking it easy in a chair in front of the Mill fire and chatting to the attendant. A couple came in. He with…

  • Does Our Museum Glorify A Criminal? – Thunderbolt – Life and Legend

    Well, that depends on whether you are a woke, latte-sipping, counter-cultural, moralising history revisions or…Fred Ward, “Captain Thunderbolt”? Me? I’m in the latter category, so let me explain. When we…

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    Spaces Make Lace: The Janice Jones Collection

    Janice Jones began collecting lace in the early 1980s and soon after she began making it. She had a keen eye and the support of respected dealers so her collection…


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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