New South Wales

New South Wales

Tweed River Art Gallery

On 1 February 2004 the new Tweed River Art Gallery opened its doors. It was officially opened by NSW Governor, Professor Marie Bashir AO. The striking purpose built gallery was designed by award winning Brisbane architect Bud Brannigan, on land generously donated by Doug and Margot Anthony.

Sydney Heritage Fleet

A community based non-profit organisation dedicated to the preservation and operation of Australia's, and particularly Sydney's, maritime heritage. It is funded through donations, membership, charter charges and four art unions per year.

Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery

Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery is an innovative public art Museum serving the largest inland city in NSW. The Art Gallery is located in the architect-designed Civic Centre in the heart of the Cultural Precinct.

Tocal Homestead

Tocal Homestead is a collection of buildings dating from the 1820s including Webber's Cottage (1822), Blacksmith shop (1820s), Stone Barn (1830), Tocal Homestead (1841), Brick Stables (1860s) and Blacket Barn (1868).

Brunswick Valley Historical Society Museum

The main museum building was Mullumbimby's first post office, built in timber in 1907, which was relocated to its present site in 1984.

Dubbo Regional Gallery

Dubbo Regional Gallery was officially opened in 1989.

Carss Cottage Museum

Carss Cottage was built in the 1860s by William Carss, a Scottish emigrant and cabinet maker who came to Australia in 1831, brought here by the Reverend John Dunmore Lang. The Museum promotes Australian history, particularly that of the Kogarah municipality.

Mt Victoria and District Historical Society Museum

The museum is located in the unused refreshment rooms and staff accommodation areas of the heritage listed Mt Victoria Railway Station. The museum's collection contains early Australian memorabilia, local artefacts and the documented history of the districts early settlers.

S.H. Ervin Gallery

The S H Ervin Gallery collection comprises a number of large bequests, plus donations and acquisitions, centred on Australian paintings and works-on-paper spanning 200 years. Of special note are ten paintings by Conrad Martens.443 artworks; 450 books; 1,164 photographic documentation

The Story of Nyngan

Chiefly an audiovisual museum, The Story Of Nyngan is housed in the restored railway refreshment room. It includes some artefacts, and has a particular emphasis on the 1990 flood which inundated the town. Photograph records of white settlement, including local personalities, are held.

ANZAC Memorial

The building, with its interior sculptures and bas relief panels by Raynor Hoff, commemorates the courage and sacrifices of those who fought in World War I. Exhibition showcases within the Memorial show various aspects of the life of servicemen and women in times of war.

Richmond Vale Railway Museum and Richmond Main Colliery Historic Park

Richmond Vale Railway Museum was commenced in 1979 to rebuild the abandoned private railways of the J & A Brown coalmining family. The museum now operates steam engine - hauled passenger trains between former collieries of Richmond main and Pelaw main.

Museum of Nursing, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

The museum contains artefacts, photographs and archival material relating to nurses and nursing at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney from 1882.

Elizabeth Bay House

Elizabeth Bay House was constructed from 1835-1839, under the supervision of N.S.W based architects John Verge and John Bibb, from plans obtained from an unidentified English source for Alexander Macleay, Colonial Secretary of N.S.W 1826-1837 and his wife, Eliza.

Elizabeth Farm

Once at the heart of a large estate, Elizabeth Farm was the home of John and Elizabeth Macarthur, and was an important social, political and agricultural centre during the first forty years after the establishment of the colony of New South Wales.

Rose Seidler House

Rose Seidler House was built between 1948 and 1950 and was the first commission for internationally renowned architect Harry Seidler. It features open planning, minimal colour schemes, mod cons and appliances.