In 1895, Hillgrove was a vibrant gold mining town with six pubs, four churches and a population of over 3,00. Today, only about one hundred people live in this peaceful little village. What happened?
The Hillgrove Museum tells the story of the rise and fall of this once busy place. You can see the lives of the families who called it home, and how the miners won wealth from the unforgiving earth deep underground.
The Hillgrove Museum is located on Scouler Street, Hillgrove
Opening hours: 10.00am - 5.00pm
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Public Holidays
Contact: (02) 6770 3836
Published on 10 Apr 2017