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Wollombi Village Historic Walk Sunday 17 November 2019

  • Posted on: 17 November 2019
  • By: Leah Taylor

A very pleasant day out to Wollombi Historic Village! The area was first settled by farmers moving north from the Hawkesbury River district around 1844.  We visited numerous places of historic interest around the village some of which included St Johns Anglican Church, Wollombi Tavern, The Endeavour Museum, The Forge, Overland Telegraph Office, Wollombi Cottage, Kenny's Folly, The Old Barn and the Wollombi Cemetery.  We also enjoyed a very lazy lunch at the Myrtle Cafe - fantastic good and great service from the staff.  Thank you to all my walkers who joined me today including George, Len, Trang, Ann, Pan and Julie.  Group Leader, Leah

Must also make a mention of our stop at the Strawberry Farm at Peats Ridge - fresh farm picked strawberries can't beat them!