HILL END CELEBRATES IT’S GOLDEN HEY-DAY
Sat 22 October
The historic and iconic Australian gold rush town of Hill End NSW was once home to a thriving community of over 8,000 people, today it is a charming heritage village with a population of around 100.
On 22 October 2022, the village celebrates the 150th anniversary of its golden past.
The community inspired event will take your mind back to 1872 when the world’s largest gold specimen, the “Holtermann Nugget”, was found and celebrated along with the opening of many local buildings that still stand today.
Today’s creative and eclectic Hill End community warmly invite you to join them for a full day of celebration, connecting and reconnecting with an exciting part of Australia’s goldrush history.
To truly gain a sense of what it was like to live in a thriving village 150 years ago, festival-goers will enjoy a raft of entertainment and activities themed around the town’s gold rush era.
Hill End & Tambaroora Gathering Group
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