Built in 1878 and a community museum since 1976 the Hay Gaol has stood sentinel over the town as it transformed from Gaol to maternity hospital to institute for girls and now a museum. The museum houses an intriguing collection of artefacts from antique windmills to Australia’s oldest known bark canoe.
Open 7 days per week from 9am - 5pm
Railway Station Murray St Hay NSW 2711
Explores one of the most fascinating stories in Australian history – a story that stretches from WW2 to modern-day Australia. From the capitals of Europe to the vast flatness of the Hay Plains.Over 6,000 German, Italian and Japanese civilian Internees and Prisoners of War (POW) were kept in three Prison Camps at Hay between 1940…
Murrumbidgee River & Sandy Point
The Murrumbidgee River is affectionally known as the “Bidgee” by locals. The river is the lifeblood of the district, providing life-giving irrigation water for local agriculture and hours of fun for visitors and locals alike.The beautiful white sandy beaches of the Murrumbidgee River are a favourite spot. A haven for water lovers, Sandy Point boasts…
Carrathool is a village 64km east between Hay and Darlington Point and 5km north of the Sturt Highway. With a population of about 250 people, the town hub is the local Hotel. Every year in February they host the well know Carrathool races, it is home for farm stay Corynnia and accommodates camping on the…