Take time out, to go back in time!

 

The Marulan Historical walk is a chance for visitors to sample the unique past of our Australian heritage. Where most cities and towns have lost their history to progress, Marulan has endeavoured to save and promote this important and interesting aspect. The walk is an easy stroll through historical points of interest, and can be performed by people of all ages and ability.

 

A proud feature of the town, the walk is undergoing improvements, the first being the addition of information signs at historical buildings along the route. At the end of the walk, participants explore the town further for interesting art and craftware, or to just soak up the quiet country atmosphere and clean country air.

 

Below is a list of historic sites on the walk, and for your convience this is available as PDF file for download, simply save it to your computer and you can print out a detailed brochure.

 

  1. Marulan Memorial Hall
  2. Tony Onions Park
  3. Police Station and Residence
  4. Railway Bridge
  5. Duke of Edinburgh Hotel
  6. "Waverly"
  7. St Stephens Uniting Church
  8. Cora Lynn
  9. Meridian Cafe
  10. Coronation Store
  11. Wattle Glen Cottage
  12. Butcher Shop
  13. Aunty May's Shop
  14. Miner's Cottage
  15. Royal Hotel
  16. Marulan Primary School
  17. Baldock's Store
  18. Saint Patrick's Church
  19. The Brewer Centre
  20. Marulan District Pre-School
  21. All Saints Rectory and Church
  22. Marulan Bakery
  23. Dukes Corner
  24. Terminus Hotel
  25. Railway Precinct
  26. Marulan Post Office

 

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