Special Events Days

Gold Rush Re-Enactment Days And Special Events Days

Events - Re-Enactment Day
Events - Heritage Day Use of Cobb and Co Counter
Schools - Blacksmithing In NSW

Special 1850s Gold Rush Re-enactment and Heritage Days are held several times a year on long weekends. The fun varies - local South Coast NSW artists and artisans come on site and provide demonstrations of their crafts or skill area.

Watch how things of a time gone-by were created - such as wood turned  bowls, wooden toys and furniture, blacksmithed tongs and tent pegs, homespun wool and knitted garments.

Dress up in 1850's costume and join in the fun of a bushranger re-enactment, or have your period portrait or Wanted poster created. Sing along with Colonial Day street buskers, or just join us for a picnic on the day.

Watch our News & Events pages and local South Coast NSW advertising for details of up-coming events.

Gold Rush Colony Activity Details
Note: Activities are subject to change and availability, some activities are limited to; specific times and special dates or seasons, others may be by arrangement only. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Activity Name: 
Australian Gold Rush Re-enactment & Heritage Days
Activity Available To: 
Day Visitors
Activity Available To: 
Accommodation Guests
TBA - View News & Events section.
Entry and Activity Fees as Published in Advertising of the day
Organised By: 
The Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo
How Do I Participate: 
Purchase ticket at Reception