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Adelong Old Gold Mill Ruins

The Museum will conduct walking tours around the ruins of the Reefer Battery at the Adelong Falls. The site for the crushing of the mined ore. Afterwards, view the sculpture trail along the creek to Adelong village.

RELICS OF THE GOLDFIELDS from the Collection of Peter Smith, a long time fossicker of the Adelong Creek who has found some extraordinary items from the days of the Gold Rush in 1850s is the Adelong Alive Museum’s current Exhibition. By 1876 Adelong was the third most productive gold field in the country.

The Museum is housed in the former building of the Country Women’s Association in the the main street, and has been the repository of Adelong’s social, familial, pastoral, and gold mining records and exhibitions relating to its past and present history are regularly mounted.

Walk down the tree-lined main street of this heritage listed village and see the Museum, Adelonia Theatre, The Royal Hotel, Country Crafts, Hotel Adelong, Beaufort House, Old Pharmacy, the Literary Institute (now Adelong S & C Club) and other historic buildings. Along the side streets are Adelong’s old churches, schools and the Showgrounds.

Event dates

Event Details

106 Tumut Street, Adelong, New South Wales

For the walking tour, the meeting point will be at the visitors area and viewing platform - Old Gold Ruin Mills
Grahamstown Road Entry
Group Tours available during the week

For more information please contact: Mobile 04296191280 ( Home 6947 3208)

Museum Open in Tumut Street
Please Contact: 0417 650 901


Sat 15 April - 10am to 2pm
Sun 16 April - 10am to 2pm

Entry fees:
By donation
Onsite facilities: