Gold Rush Colony - Theme Park

Take a photo tour of the Gold Rush Theme Park which is a reproduction of an original 1800s village offering an experience of what live was like in the Australian Gold Rush Era.
5) Betsy The Steam Engine

Betsy the steam engine once would have taken 2 loads of wood to get her up to steam. Now a days she has been converted to power.

Reception Accessible Entrance

The entrance to the The Original Gold Rush Colony  reception has short term parking close to the front door of reception as a drop off point for easy access on the ramp.  This NSW South Coast facility is wheelchair friendly.

Reception And Gift Shop At The Original Gold Rush Colony

Reception at The Original Gold Rush Colony is where you pay for entry to explore the theme park including panning for gold, or mini golf. Reception has a gift shop for your perusal with unique gifts and souvenirs for sale including Gold Nuggets. The friendly staff will guide you through the information you require, whether for a short visit or to book accommodation for a longer stay.

Reception Gift Display

Something for everyone from teaspoons to tea towels from gold pans to gold nuggets. Souvenirs or gifts to remind you on your visit to Mogo on the NSW South Coast.

Tour Clock

With four tours daily  at 10.30, noon, 1.30 and 3pm, this is where you have to be to meet the experienced tour guides for the start of your guided tour and demonstration of how to pan for gold.

Reception Gift Shop

Come and peruse the shop for that special item to remember your trip to The Original Gold Rush Colony and the South Coast.

18) Mogo Inn, Shanty Pub Veranda

The hand carved wooden bench on the Mogo Inn Shanty Pub veranda is a perfect spot for end of day reflection and meditation, as the forest air cools and wild life sounds filter through.

30) Diggers Rest Tavern Bar

Owner Maureen Nathan Calls out Buy your last drinks at the antique cash register in the bar of the Diggers Rest Tavern in the grounds of the Original Gold Rush Colony in Mogo  on the NSW South Coast.

7)  Mine Tunnel Exit

School groups cluster around the tour guide to listen about the use of skips to transport ore to the surface of the mines. In the coal mines of Wales, children would be used as "pack-animals" to drag the skips.

7) Mine Tunnel Flat Access

The Flat access to the mine tunnel has train rails running through to the central display. Tourists with wheelchairs or strollers please take care.

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