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The Mudgee region is rich with history. And it's important to remember it and explore the world that came before us. In these series' we explore the fascinating and sometimes forgotten historical stories of our towns.
Here are some of the best of those stories we've selected just for you. To read more local history, check out our history section.
Hotel Mudgee - the grand design and grand demise
The 47-room Hotel Mudgee was considered to be a building well ahead of its time - particularly for a small town.
The lost, sunken village of Cudgegong
While Cudgegong might now just be a locality on a map, it was once a village - the former site of which now lies beneath the waters of Windamere Dam.
How Pat Sullivan embroidered his way through the war
When Pat Sullivan was captured during the Fall of Singapore, he quickly realised he would need a hobby to help calm his mind and combat depression.
Like Street View but much older: Explore Mudgee and its streets as they looked in the past.
With thanks to the Mudgee Historical Society, here is another look at the Mudgee of old.