The Original Gold Rush Colony

Mogo, NSW

Where are we going?

The Original Gold Rush Colony
26 James St
Mogo NSW 2536
Australia

02 4474 2123

What is there to do?

Where do you want to go today...how about 1850?  What!?

The Original Gold Rush Colony (previously known as Old Mogo Town) in the town of Mogo will take you and your family all the way back to the 1800's during the gold rush days! 

Set on 13 acres of bushland in the Mogo State Forest, you and the family can enjoy an authentically recreated 1850s Gold Rush era village.

Wander around the buildings that will take you straight back into history! What do you think it was like to live there at that time? Would you have liked to have been part of the gold rush?

The town is so authentic, even the administration and on-site accommodation are all 1850-fied!

Kids, I don't want you to panic, but they didn't have iPhones in the 1850s. This place will take you back to a time when the gold rush pioneers couldn't check in at their local saloon, or tag their friends in the pictures after a long day out looking for gold.  

Spend your day looking at nature, instead of looking at a screen. Discover what it was really like for our pioneers out on the goldfields, and even pan for real gold!  See how much you can find...you might get strike it rich! 

The displays and the buildings come alive with their special events and demonstrations, which can be done on a guided tour.

Fun activities like the challenging maze, period portrait photography, mini golf and the mini train ride all echo the theme of the gold rush.

Enjoy history, and strike gold! 

How much does it cost?

Adults: $20

Children: $12 (Ages 5 - 16)

Discount: Seniors and card holder students

Free Under: 5 years.

Family Deals: 2 adults 2 children $55. Extra children $8.

LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Daily guided tours at 10.30am, Noon, 1.30pm and 3pm.

Every day except Christmas Day

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Any top tips?

Guided tours take about an hour!

Mini golf is extra at $3 for 9 holes. The steam train is $5 per ride. Babies under 1 free. Maze is $5 per person.

I’m Hungry!

If all that gold panning worked up an appetite, you can enjoy light refreshments such as ice creams, soft drinks, hot pies and biscuits.

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