town in New South Wales, Australia

Gulgong is a township in the Central West region of the Australian state of New South Wales. Together with its neighbour Mudgee, Gulgong offers a fantastic historical heritage and a host of great small wineries.

UnderstandEdit

A former gold-mining town, Gulgong was the birthplace of one of Australia's great 19th-century poets, Henry Lawson.

Visitor information centreEdit

Get inEdit

By carEdit

Gulgong is on the B55 Castlereagh Highway, about 30 km (19 mi) north of Mudgee.

From Sydney, Gulgong is an easy 4 hour drive (291 km). Take the Great Western Highway through the Blue Mountains or alternatively the Bells Line of Road through Windsor. Turn off for Gulgong just past Lithgow.

SeeEdit

  • Gulgong Pioneers' Museum, 73 Herbert Street
  • Henry Lawson Centre, 147 Mayne St (the old 1920s Salvation Army Hall), +61 2 6374 2049. Su-F 10AM-noon, Sa public and schools holidays 10AM-3PM. The largest collection of memorabilia (paintings, prints, cuttings, photographs, books) outside of the Mitchell Library in Sydney relating to Henry Lawson, one of Australia's best-known poets and short-story writers

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SleepEdit

  • 1 Gulgong Motel, 71 Medley St, +61 2 6374 2259. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 10AM. Has a pool and free Wi-Fi.

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