Country and Culture at Dundullimal

Saturday 15 May 2021, 11am - 3pm
Sunday 16 May 2021, 12.30pm - 4pm

Believed to be the oldest surviving slab house in Australia, Dundullimal and its sandstone stables, timber church, and shed are a living illustration of rural life on an isolated property.

Its story is one of amazing endeavour and vision, evidenced in the creation of a finely-crafted vintage home. The homestead has survived in near original condition from a time when the land was beyond the limits of settlement in the Wellington valley.
On the Saturday visitors can book homestead and property tours, enjoy live music, blacksmith demonstrations, outdoor games and Wiradjuri cultural demonstrations.

Saturday 15 May, 2021
11am – 3pm

Opera at Dundullimal*
Sunday 16 May, 2021
12.30pm – 4pm

* $ ADD ON – On the Sunday enjoy a delightful afternoon of musical magic from favourite operas and musicals by Mozart, Verdi, Bizet, Puccini, Strauss, Rodgers, Gershwin and more. Bring your own picnic or purchase light refreshments on-site.
Presented by Macquarie Conservatorium and Dundullimal Homestead National Trust (NSW). Gates open at 12.30pm and concert starts at 2pm.

 

 

Celebrate history, our stories and create new memories in your own backyard.

National Trust (NSW) 75 YearsThis event is occurring as part of the National Trust (NSW) 75th Anniversary Program.

Getting Here

Country and Culture at Dundullimal

Address:

Dundullimal Homestead
23L Obley Road, Dubbo 2830

Email:
75years@nationaltrust.com.au
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