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.
3)  Post Office Street

A casual saunter down the hill takes you past the original Mogo Post office run by the Veitch family, opposite the wash house.

15)  Mogo Inn Sleeping Quarters

Tired fossikers could stay the night in the communal sleeping quarters of the Mogo Inn. Careful stonework around the fireplace and chimney ensure that the rough timber buildings do not burn down. For more information click on the link below.

Period Portraits - Group In Costume

The Original Gold Rush Colony at Mogo on the NSW  south coast, has an extensive wardrobe of 1850's costumes, typical of the Gold Rush Era. For a reasonable fee, families and individuals can dress up, and be photographed with a range of backdrops to create personal Heritage Style Family Albums.

30) Digger's Rest Tavern

The Diggers Rest Tavern, on the main street of The Original Gold Rush Colony, Mogo NSW has a full commercial kitchen to cater for functions of all types. This convivial meeting place seats 120. Guests, young and old, can overflow onto the veranda and road.

12) Barber Shop & 13) Police Station

These are two good examples of our efforts to preserve Australian Heritage. The Barbershop at the Original Gold Rush Colony at Mogo was originally the Paymaster's Office at Perry's Mill in Batemans Bay.  Our Police Station is built from Convict created Limestone Bricks from the Lincoln Downs Estate on the Northern side of the Clyde River.

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