Blue Mountains Historical Society Inc.

Sited on Cox's Road over the Blue Mountains. Tarella is on the Blue Mountains City Council's heritage register. Tarerlla was built in 1890 by John McLaughlin, a Sydney solicitor and a member of the Legislative Assembly. It is in its original state and furnished with Victorian furniture.

99/101 Blaxland Road, Wentworth Falls NSW 2782, Australia
+61 02 4757 3824
Research Room - Tuesday 10am - 2pm
Research Room - Free, charges for research Tarella $5 adults, children free
The Research Centre has disabled access, the cottage has several steps and two floors. There is parking, mostly on the street, local buses pass the door, trains are one kilometre distance. There is a cafe when the cottage is open and a bookshop stocking many local history books. There are grounds of 1 and a1/2 hectares for picnics and an 'I Spy' competition for kids on the open weekends

The Research Room has thousands of records of people, places and events in the Blue Mountains and hundreds of historic photographs.

Tarella is an historic gem demonstrating life of great grandmother's day.