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Clarence Town and District Historical Museum Association


A former courthouse building (1869) is the site of a local history museum which focuses on Clarence Town as a terminal of navigation and river port. Its collection encompasses shipbuilding, exploration, maps, documents photographs, memorabilia, household items, timber-getting, agriculture and the history of the settlement of Williams River.

In addition to the above, a native cottage garden is in the process of being established, together with a replica pioneer settlers cottage about to be constructed, materials on site, containing names, photographs (where available), and information on Pioneer Settlers; all surrounded by native trees. In this manner there will be provided a background to Clarence Town's heritage and a support to the Historical Museum.




Corner Grey Street and Prince Street
Clarence Town, NSW, 2321

Located 7.3K from Glen William

Dungog Historical Museum


The Dungog Historical Society was formed in 1963 and since 1968 has operated a museum in the heritage-listed former School of Arts building. The purpose of the museum is the collecting, preserving and interpreting of local heritage for everyone. The society aims to promote local history - including family history and the museum collection - to the local community and the general public. They can assistance with research enquiries in person or by correspondence.

The collection reflects the area's rural history, including dairying, the timber industry, and local manufacturing including items from Wade's Cornflour Mill Dungog. Domestic items include household items and a photographic collection. Items that grandmother used for the daily running of the house, dentist equipment for pulling teeth, medical items, known Dungog citizen's stories, and history. Horse drawn carts and buggies and shop items are also on display.

There are guided tours of the museum. Bookings essential.




105 Dowling Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 13.5K from Glen William

Glen William: Events

Clarence Town Markets


Clarence Town Markets are held on the last Saturday of the month (except December) from 9am to 1pm.

The markets are located in a beautiful little country town and they love seeing people come to visit. There are an average of 35 stalls per month, with a huge variety of stall holders.

Stall sites (three metres by three metres) are available.


Event Dates
2017
      28th Jan
      25th Feb
      25th Mar
      29th Apr
      27th May
      24th Jun
      29th Jul


Corner Prince Street and Durham Street,
Clarence Town Bowling Club Car Park
Clarence Town, NSW, 2321

Located 7.2K from Glen William

Octoberfest


No booking needed, just roll up and enjoy the fun and music at Oktoberfest.

At a reasonable price enjoy some delicious German food, sausages, sauerkraut, goulash and plenty more. Beer, wine, and soft drinks available. Great cakes and strudels, tea and coffee.

Oktoberfest is sure to be a great time in a lovely historical hall. See you there.




Wallarobba Community Hall,
744 Wallarobba Brookfield Road
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 9.5K from Glen William

Wirragulla Annual Polo Tournament


The Hunter Polo Challenge is a great family day out at Wirragulla Polo Club ground at Dungog in the Hunter. It is fast, exciting polo, with top players competing and over 200 horses will be played. The event is an informal relaxed way to watch and enjoy Picnic Polo in a picturesque setting. Canteen and bar will be available.

Make it a weekend or a day at the polo, then visit the coast or vineyards, it is your choice. Wirragulla Polo Club is one hour from Newcastle, one hour from the vineyards, and two and a half hours from Sydney. Parking is free.




Wirragulla -Tabbil Creek,
Cemetery Road
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 12.9K from Glen William

Dungog Campdraft and Rodeo


Come along to the Dungog Campdraft and Rodeo and watch the talented riders test their skills.

Campdrafting involves a rider guiding one of a small herd of cattle, through a course in the arena, to prove their horsemanship and control of the animal.

Rodeo is made up a wide range of events that test competitors in every way. They are Bull Riding, Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping and more.


Event Dates
2017
      25th Mar
      26th Mar


Dungog Showground,
Chapman Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 13.4K from Glen William

Dungog Community Christmas Lunch


A Christmas Lunch hosted by the Dungog Community Centre. Alone and no plans for Christmas lunch? Join them and have a scrumptious Christmas Lunch to enjoy a wonderful Christmas Day with all the trimmings of food, fun and laughter. Get back that true sense of what Christmas is meant to be about.


Event Dates
2016
      25th Dec


Dungog Public School Hall,
Chapman Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 13.4K from Glen William

Dungog Markets


On the first Saturday of the month (except January), local farmers and artisans bring their fresh, seasonal produce and handcrafts to the Dungog Market.

Stalls include handmade arts and crafts, jams, relishes, vinegar's and preserves, organic soaps, cakes, slices and biscuits, garments, plants, St Andrew's kitchen and seasonal farmer produce. The markets are held at St Andrew's Presbyterian Church. The grounds are open for set up from 7.30am.

Come for breakfast, come for a browse, come for artisan crafts and farmer produce.






St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Grounds,
60 Dowling Street,
Corner of Chapman Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 13.4K from Glen William

Relay for Life Dungog


The volunteer organising committee are hard at work and Dungog Relay For Life is set to be bigger and better than ever in 2016. Organisers continue to be astounded by the incredible support that this event receives in the Dungog community and they are so grateful for that continued support.

The countdown is on, so be sure to rally your friends and register your team. They can't wait see you on the track, making a difference.

In New South Wales, around 40,000 people each year take part and walk in the Relay for Life. In memory of a loved one who has passed away from cancer, some people do it to show how proud they are at having survived cancer, and some just want to be involved and make a difference. Whatever your reasons, come and join with all the other walkers on the day and through the night.




Dungog Showground,
Chapman Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 13.5K from Glen William

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