Henry Lawson Centre
Housed in a historic weatherboard building which was formerly a Salvation Army Hall, the Henry Lawson Centre is a living memorial to the great Australian writer's life and times. It houses a fine collection of Lawsonia from all parts of Australia and is a repository for books, writings and memorabilia. Art representing Lawson's work is displayed in the building, which also functions as a study centre. The Henry Lawson Society holds an annual literary award progam which is incorporated into a Henry Lawson Festival in the June long weekend.
Rated as possibly the best Henry Lawson collection in Australia, the museum houses memorabilia and artifacts from the life and times of Henry Lawson - the collection has an original manuscript of Henry Lawsons and other major works. Planning a visit? Address: 147 Mayne Street Gulgong NSW Tel: (02) 6374 2049 Opening hours: Wed-Sat 10am-3.30pm, Sun-Tues 10am-1pm Admission: Adults $4, concessions and children $2.50, families $10, bus groups $2 per person