New South Wales

New South Wales

Nutcote: Home of May Gibbs

Nutcote was the harbourside home of the famous children's author and illustrator May Gibbs. It was built to her design in 1925 by acclaimed Sydney architect B.J Waterhouse. She lived there for forty four years until her death in 1969.

Port of Yamba Historical Society

Yamba's museum display has often been described by visitors as the finest small historical collection on Australia's east coast.

Tin Sheds Gallery

The Tin Sheds Gallery stages regular exhibitions of Australian and international contemporary art and architecture.

Golden Memories Museum

The museum houses the work of the Millthorpe and District Historical Society, who have spent thirty-six years collecting, conserving and displaying district records, artefacts, farm equipment, family history and photographs and domestic appliances.

Tibooburra Local Aboriginal Land Council Keeping Place

The Tibooburra Local Aboriginal Land Council 'keeping place' displays the aboriginal history in the Tibooburra district. It displays this by containing many aboriginal artefacts that gives an insight into the Tibooburra culture.Stone and wood artefacts. Photographic.

Cooramah Aboriginal Cultural Centre

The Glen Innes area is the Traditional Tribal Lands of the Ngoorabul Aboriginal people. This centre is the home of the Cooramah Aboriginal Art Gallery and Keeping Place, where

Camden Haven Historical Society and Museum

Collection of photographs of early fishing, timber and shipping industries in the area. Files of early pioneer families and local history. Early timber-working tools and domestic artefacts.1910 Heritage listed post office building; artefacts pertaining to the area.

Australian Folk Music Heritage Centre

The exhibition is housed in a large shed located in the grounds of historic Mamre homestead that was built in the 1820s by colonial pastoralist Reverend Samuel Marsden. Other historic locations nearby include E.G.

12th/16th Hunter River Lancers and 24th Lighthorse Memorial Museum

The museum is situated in a converted domestic house, in the grounds of GAZA depot, the home of the 12th/16th Hunter River Lancers. GAZA depot has been used for military purposes for 103 years and the building is heritage listed.

Nicholson Museum

The Museum was founded in 1860 by Sir Charles Nicholson, Chancellor of the University from 1854 to 1862. By writing to antique dealers abroad during the 1840s and 1850s Nicholson built up a collection of antiquities from all over western Europe.

State Records NSW

State Records preserves the official archives of the state of NSW from 1788 to the present. The State's archives are a unique and irreplaceable part of our culture heritage. They document the business of government in New South Wales and its interaction with people and groups in our society.

Subjects: Archive, Archives
Macquarie University Biological Sciences Museum

Over the past three decades, the department of Biological Sciences has established an impressive teaching collection of zoological specimens and other objects. The Biological Sciences Museum is dedicated to the preservation and curation of this collection.

The Museum of Human Disease & Hall of Health

Since 1996, the role of the Museum of Human Disease at UNSW has been expanded to promote the education of junior and senior high school students and community interest groups about good health and the prevention of common diseases.

Mount Tomah Botanic Garden

Covering 28 hectares on the summit of a basalt-capped peak, 1000 metres above sea level in the rugged Blue Mountains, Mount Tomah is the cool-climate garden of the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.

State Library of New South Wales

With origins dating back to 1826, the Library has a unique history and a collection consisting of over 5 million items plus 9,533 linear metres of manuscripts and 5,368 hours of oral history.

Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre

Hazelhurst Regional Art Gallery and Arts Centre is a spectacular new arts complex set amid extensive landscaped gardens, a major creative resource for Southern Sydney and a significant new venue for the enjoyment of art by all the community.The Regional Gallery hosts over 15 exhibitions annually

University of Sydney War Memorial Carillon

The University of Sydney War Memorial Carillon commemorates the 197 undergraduates, graduates and staff who died in the Great War of 1914-1918.