Welcome to The Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum

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Museums have been given permission to reopen with special guidelines!
We will be reopening on Saturday 6th June. However, our guidelines include at this stage…
  • Opening hours will be only from 10am to 1pm on weekends and public holidays to allow for extra cleaning in the afternoon.
  • One person per 4 square meters.
  • Visitors must sign in with their name and telephone number. (The sheets will be destroyed after 28 days)
  • Entry fee will be by donation in box provided.
  • Maximum of 5 people in any one building.
  • No reunions, meetings, bus groups or school groups at the moment.
It is a start so please respect each other and our museum!

The Wollondilly Heritage Centre and Museum is a repository for archives, records and objects relating to the early development of the villages in Wollondilly Shire. Exhibitions on display incorporate these objects and include the stories of our early pioneers and how they shaped life in our local area.

Included in the collection are extensive photographic records, family history and local history, specialised collections such as Burragorang, Yerranderie and Coal Mining and indigenous history of the Gundungurra people.

The Oaks Historical Society trained volunteers provide visitors with a unique insight into Wollondilly’s local history.

The Museum welcomes group visits, tour groups and school groups, however we do request you book in advance. School groups can be organised on Thursdays during school terms, other groups any day by arrangement.

Tour Groups – Book now for visits in 2020

School Groups – Book now for visits in 2020

General Opening Hours: Every weekend and public holiday from 10 am to 4 pm. We are closed between Christmas and New Year and also on Good Friday. However special bookings can be arranged.

Entry to museum is: Adults – $3.00, School age children – $1.00, Families – $7.00

Wollondilly – Take a closer look

We pay respect to the Elders and Traditional Owners of this land – past, present and future – for they have the wisdom, stories and memories which we all need to know about This Land.