Her War: Red Poppies & the White Waratah @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum
Mar 13 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Her WarCelebration/Launch – Her War, is an  exhibition about the women behind the patriotic push to support the British Empire in WW1. Objects used are re-examined for their power to persuade. Family letters and postcards often reveal the confusions and contradictions in the lives of families in small towns and villages in Wollondilly during and after this war.

The book Red Poppies and the White Waratah vividly describes the stories of our local heroines from original research.

Book Launch & Exhibition Opening by Dame Marie Bashir AD CVO at 2:00pm. Register now to attend.

Blog about the Exhibition

Download the Poster

Register to Attend – Her War Celebration & Launch 13/3/2016



Clutha Cup Reunion @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum
Oct 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Reunion / family day for anyone involved in the coal industry football matches, golf and first aid competitions of the 1970s.

Displays include memorabilia and team photographs.
A family day for all involved in the Clutha Cup days.

Drinks and sausage sandwiches, tea and coffee available.

$3 entry fee

Funds raised will aid The Oaks Historical Society Inc building fund.

Download flyer

All welcome.

Burragorang Reunion @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre and Museum
Apr 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

A get-together for ex-residents and descendants and families from Burragorang and Yerranderie.

All welcome




May Day – Retired Miners Morning Tea @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum
May 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Wollondilly Museum will host a morning tea for Retired Miners to mark the launch of the display featuring The History of Nattai-Bulli Miners’ Lodge.

The booklet will be available from May 1, cost $7.00.

Nattai Bulli Miners Lodge

Burragorang Reunion @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum
Apr 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Burragorang, Yerranderie and surrounds ex-residents, descendants, family and friends are all welcome.

Tea and Coffee available

Burragorang Valley before flooding


Truckies Reunion @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum
May 11 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

The third bi-annual Truckies Re-union will be held at the Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum from 10:30am on Saturday 11 May 2019.

The event is open to all involved in the transportation of Burragorang Coal – owners driver, subbies, company drivers, mechanics, weighbridge operators, supervisors and loader drivers etc.

A display of former Burragorang coal trucks & “Old Boys Toys” is planned …. any old classic/collectable motor vehicles, caravans or similar motoring device will be welcome.

Exhibits will need to be in place prior to 10.30am on the day.

Admission will be standard museum entry Adults -$3.00 Children – $1.00 and families-$7.00.

Catering will be available –BBQ $5 for a sausage or steak sandwich and drink

Alcoholic beverages will not be available however participants are welcome to provide their own drinks.

Disability access is available throughout the Centre.

For further information contact Ian on 0403 823 934 or Trish on 0432 689 034

Brian Jarvis.