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ATTRACTIONS STUART TOWN NSW

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Stuart Town Historic Town Walk

Molong Street, Stuart Town NSW 2820
Stuart Town was originally called Ironbarks, the village Banjo Paterson used for his poem, 'Man from Ironbark'. The Historic Town Walk encompasses the Open Air Museum, Railway Station, Bicentennial Rock, Cobbler's Cottage, the Ironbark Inn and much, much more! Pop into the Rural Transaction Centre for a detailed map and further information. The Historical Walking Tour and Heritage Drive brochures are also available at the Visitor Information Centre in Cameron Park, Wellington which is open Monday to Friday 9am - 4.30pm and 10am to 2pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.
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Goldfields at Ironbarks

Wellington Street, Stuart Town NSW 2820
Between 1875 and 1914 it is estimated that 140,000 ounces of gold was mined here. You can stroll across The Common and see many old mines. There are over 50 mine shafts and a Chinese oven which is evidence of the strong role Chinese miners played in the development of the Central NSW goldfields. Today you can fossick and pan for gold at two sites. Details can be obtained at Mookerawa Waters Caravan Park or purchase a Metal Detecting Map 'Gold Relic Sites - Stuart Town Goldfield'.

2019 Man From Ironbark Festival

Molong Street, Stuart Town NSW 2820
The Man From Ironbark Festival is an annual Easter festival in the rustic village of Stuart Town formerly Ironbarks. Street stalls, street parade, live entertainers, doll, bear and craft expo, poetry in the pub, children's activities, helicopter rides, stage coach rides, art exhibition, historic buildings inspections, morning teas and lunches. Special events held each year, camping available....