These buildings have a long and continuous association with the provision of Police services in the local area." Doctor's Residence Branksome Street bends to the left, becoming Buccleugh Street.On the right - one of the few elegant buildings in the village - is an attractive timber house dating from the late 19th century when it was the residence of the local doctor. St Joseph's Catholic Church Located near the beginning of Scott Street is St Joseph's Catholic Church, a simple timber structure which was built in 1894 and which is set back from the road.It was sited on the land granted to Alexander Busby in 1835.
Royal Hotel Located prominently in Buccleugh Street is the Royal Hotel which was built of sandstone c. ^ TOP Hands on the Rock Located 10 km south-west of Cassilis, the Ulan/Mudgee Road heads south off the Golden Highway.
About 20 km along this road take the sign posted right hand turn onto a dirt road.
The former property was granted to Alexander Busby in 1835 and the latter to Donald Mc Intyre in 1834.
The village became a stopover for coaches bound west from Muswellbrook.
Complete booking and pricing information Other Local Attractions Mudgee vineyards are acknowledged as producing top class wines and visitors are welcomed at wine-tasting's held at top-of-the-line wineries as well as smaller boutique operations.
Now a thriving country town, Mudgee is a treasure trove of National Trust classified buildings.
St Columba's Anglican Church After you turn off the highway you will see, to the left, St Columba's Anglican Church, also known as the Anglican Church of St Columba of Iona, which was built of sandstone in 1899.
It replaced a timber church which had been built on the site in 1864 and which operated as both a church and a school.
So much great work done over many years by my mother Joan Lois Adams (nee Callcott), my husband David Christian and Chris Stait – a thank you to Marcia Osborne (nee Galbraith), who connected us to Chris Stait.
Chris and Marcia were descended from Lucy Bradley, 3rd child of James and Sarah Bradley, while Mum and I were descended from Rachel Rebecca Bradley, their 9th child.
The main appeal of the area is the beautiful feature known rather unromantically as "The Drip" where clear spring water breaks through a sandstone cliff and "drips" into the tiny Goulburn River.