Events

Feb
20
Mon
Hands on History for Seniors @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre
Feb 20 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Take a Step Back in Time at The Heritage Centre.
Explore activities from yesteryear and learn how to research your own family history.
A delicious morning tea and light lunch will be provided.
For Booking & Info: call 0432 689 034 or email tohs1988@bigpond.net.au

WSC Seniors Festival

WHC Seniors 2023

May
13
Sat
Burragorang Coal Industry & Truckies Reunion @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre & Museum
May 13 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Family Day for All from 10:00am

Tea and Coffee available

Drinks & BBQ Sausage Sandwiches

Bookings required for catering
Burragorang Reunion May 2023

Sep
10
Sun
Voices from the Kitchen @ Wollondily Heritage Centre
Sep 10 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

WHC NSW HISTORY WEEK 2023

Join us to celebrate History Week and enjoy afternoon tea at 2pm on Saturday 10 September 2023.
Bring your memories, your stories, and a sample from your recipe book.
We plan to have a fun afternoon in our gardens and perhaps we can create a Cookbook book from your stories and voices.

History Week 2023_volunteer

Apr
20
Sat
A Peep at our Pioneers @ Wollondilly Heritage Centre and Museum
Apr 20 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

The National Trust has announced the Australian Heritage Festival 2024 to be held from 18 April 2024 to 19 May 2024.
As part of this celebration The Wollondilly Heritage Centre and Museum is hosting an event on Saturday 20 April 2024.

The event will consist of guided tours of two local cemeteries that have memorials of local pioneers who impacted on life in The Oaks area and the wider shire of Wollondilly.

Following the tours visitors are invited to visit the Wollondilly Heritage Centre and Museum for light refreshments and a guided tour.

Cost is a gold coin. Bookings by email are requested.

St Matthews Anglican Graveyard at Old Oaks contains pioneers from as far back as the First Fleet. The attached church was opened in 1838 to serve the local pioneers and their convict staff.

St Aloysius Catholic Cemetery started in the 1860s and includes some memorials moved from Burragorang Valley when the valley was flooded for Sydney’s water supply.

The Wollondilly Heritage Centre and Museum has six buildings of historical exhibitions plus a well appointed seating area to relax and clean restrooms.St Matthews cemeterySt Aloysius cemetery