The beautiful and historical town of Gulgong is situated approximately 4 hours northwest from Sydney, only 25km from Mudgee.

The Red Hill Environment Education Centre (and Gold Experience)
Pioneer Museum
Holtermann Museums


Step outside your comfortable accommodation to find beautiful historical buildings, small town conveniences, classic country homes and rambling streets. And the numerous country cafés, great eateries, and award-winning pubs such as The Prince of Wales Hotel.


Now days, Gulgong is renowned for its robust tourism, historical, agricultural, mining, viticulture, cattle, and sheep industries. Previously referred to as the $10 town, Gulgong appeared on the paper $10 note until 1993 alongside the Australian poet, Henry Lawson.


Every year, Gulgong celebrates its heritage and Henry Lawson during the Lawson Festival, which is held on the June long weekend, attracting visitors from near and far to the street parade and historically motivated celebrations.

Telegraph Station

Convenient and stylish for both the tourist or business person who wishes to visit and rest up in historical Gulgong.

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5 Robinson St, Gulgong NSW 2852