Molong is bustling with history and it shows as you wander down the early Austen-European styled main street which is classified by the National Trust. Molong means place of many rocks with many of the historic buildings built from the limestone of the area. Significant examples include the Police Station and Courthouse (c 1850), the Coach House (1870), the Railway Station (1886), as well as many churches, grand guest houses and mansions.
There are several art galleries, cafés, antique and boutique stores where you can unearth an unusual treasure to remind you of your visit. Molong is a great base to explore the surrounding rich farming region, historic villages and cool climate wineries. You can rest at Historic B&Bs’; a grand country mansion or a farmstay.
Taste fresh regional produce in the cafés, surrounding wineries and try our local gelato - made fresh.
The grave of Aboriginal guide to Thomas Mitchell, Yuranigh, is just out of town and is the only known place where Aboriginal and European burial practices have been used for the same person. It is a significant cultural landmark.