‘Stories of Country’ artworks from ‘The Blue Mountains’ Artists Camp’

The Woodford Academy is honoured to officially open a new permanent museum exhibit that provides an important Aboriginal perspective of local heritage and culture within the Blue Mountains oldest building.

This new permanent museum exhibit features original artworks by Darug man Chris Tobin and an original musical composition by Jacinta Tobin.

The museum exhibit launch will be accompanied by an exhibition ‘Stories of Country’ featuring artworks from ‘The Blue Mountains’ Artists Camp’, including works by Ben Croser, Lexodious Dadd, Teekee Marloo, Janelle Randall-Court, Nathan Summers, Chris Tobin, Leanne Tobin and David Yamandirra.

Join Uncle Graeme Cooper, Jacinta Tobin, Chris Tobin and representatives from the National Trust and the Woodford Academy as they reflect on our shared walk in telling our stories together for all of our futures.

The museum exhibit has been made possible with the assistance of a ‘Your Community Heritage Program’ grant from the Commonwealth Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.

New Museum Exhibit / Art Exhibition Opening 1-2pm 2 July 2016

Adult $6, Children /Concession $4, Family $15, NT Members $2

Artwork Chris Tobin ‘Stories of Country’

90-92 Great Western Highway
(parking available in Vale Rd)
Woodford 2778 NSW


Our usual hours are: 10am-4pm every third Saturday of the month or by appointment for groups of 10 persons or more (Subject to availability).


Closed in December and January. Reopen 16 February 2019

(02) 4758 8743
Entry Fees:

Adults $10, Seniors/ Students (5-15yrs) $8, Family $25 (2 adults, 2 children), Child under 5 free
Optional Guided Tour included with Museum entry (Subject to Availability)

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