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Image Credit, above | Tarella Cottage Open Day. Courtesy of the Blue Mountains Gazette.

Come along and explore Tarella’s story!

Our member organisation, the Blue Mountains Historical Society warmly invites to to their Tarella Open Day!

‘Tarella’ is a step back in time to when things were less complicated from the 1880’s onwards. As well as general living museum exhibits, we tell the story of the McLaughlin family who owned the cottage; the treasures of the Florence Evelyn Moore Collection are also displayed.

Tidbits for on the day |

Devonshire teas and soup are available in the Research Centre Kitchen for a small charge. Weather permitting, please picnic in our spacious grounds – hot water freely available from our Kitchen in the Research Centre.

The books in our Buff local history series are for sale, as is our Tarella postcard.



This will be the last open day at ‘Tarella’ for 2019.


When | Sunday 24 November 2019, 9:00 am opening for viewing at 10.00 am – closing at 3.00 pm, with last entry 2.45 pm. 

Where | Tarella, the Blue Mountains Historical Society’s19th century Cottage Museum, 9 Blaxland Road, Wentworth Falls, NSW, 2782

Cost |  Entry charges to Tarella are $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for children. Please note: only cash is accepted; no card facilities available.

The above images on this webpage are courtesy of the Blue Mountains Historical Society.