This museum, which is managed by the Dunedoo Historical Society, has a fascinating collection covering mining history, military history including Kookaburra March memorabilia, property sales books from the 1920’s, photographs relating to the area, fossils, indigenous artefacts, old newspapers and other treasures. It is sure to take you on a trip down memory lane. Family history resources and other history are also available. Open: Wednesday 10.00am - 3.00pm or by appointment. Phone: (02) 6375 1457.
Located on Bolara Street (Golden Highway) in the Westpac Multi Purpose Centre Complex next to the newsagency and across the road from OL Milling Park.
The Dunedoo Woodland Learning Centre Group seeks to preserve and enhance the rare White Box and Grassy Box woodland remnant that covers an area of 33 acres. It is considered more rare than rainforest ecosystems and as you wander through the area the interpretive signage promotes awareness of this endangered Grassy Box Woodlands. It is located 2 kilometres west of Dunedoo on Avonside North Road on the way to the cemetery. The forest surrounds the cemetery on three sides.
This lovely landscaped park and recreation area with large shady trees, extends almost the entire length of the main street and features a safe playground area, with sheltered barbecues, picnic tables and amenities. At the western end there is a sculpture of a black swan in flight with native grasses planted around the base to give the impression of this wonderful bird rising out of it’s natural habitat. The gardens in the park were designed by the local gardeners group. There is also a large memorial in the park, commemorating the conflicts of many wars with the names of 387 veterans recorded on it.