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Jerilderie Historic Residence is a faithfully restored Bank of NSW 1880s Queen Victoria era building. Enjoy the nostalgic experience of history preserved in this living museum which is also home to your hosts Beth and Roy who have paid particular...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
45 Jerilderie St, Jerilderie, New South Wales 2716, Australia
This is one of the most beautiful gardens that I have seen. The house and showroom of Australian collectables wasn’t open when we visited but it would be wonderful to come back one day and see these also. A must do if you are in...More
We could only check this building from the outside, but even from there it looked like it had been restored or maintained with great care. A lovely looking building in a lovely setting. It is situated in the main street and we walked passed it...More
Follow the story of Ned Kelly's amazing raid on this little Riverina town - how he held up the Bank, held the town hostage and wrote his famous Jerilderie Letter. Also the birthplace of our great World War I hero General Sir John Monash. A...More
We were literally GOBSMACKED at this little gem of a place. If you love oldwares, antiques and all things interesting.... this is an absolute MUST SEE. Room after room filled with history and all sorts of oddities.From clothing, linen and lace.... to fine glass ware,...More
We stayed a few nights in jerilderie to explore neighbouring towns. This place was fun and the kids enjoyed it. We then rode bikes around the lake and that was cool too! I'd recommend visiting for a chilled out couple of hours of fun.
We pulled up in the backstreet on a lucky day. We stumbled upon this place, the mini rail (not open on the day) and the Restaurant across the road (with no signage!). What a great day. A hidden treasure.