New Heritage Walk showcases rich history of Wyong

How much do you know about the history of Wyong? Take a stroll along the new Wyong Heritage Walk, visit some of our historical locations and learn about the rich history of Wyong Town Centre.

Heritage signage has recently been installed in various locations around Wyong Town Centre showcasing key post-settlement historical sites such as the Chapman Building, the Royal Hotel, Turton’s Corner and Wyong Town Park.

The Wyong Heritage Walk has been developed for visitors to the town to enjoy the rich history of the area. Discover Wyong with a self-guided tour or read more about the new Heritage Walk here.


The Art House Wyong

The Art House officially opened in May 2016 and provides a state-of-the-art professional performing arts’ space for the community, as well as bringing national and international touring productions to the Central Coast.

The Art House is a 500 seat theatre and 130 retractable seat studio with exhibition foyer, meeting room, shop and bar.

Planning by the former Wyong Shire Council for The Art House began in early 2009 to respond to an identified need for a suitable venue for both amateur and professional performing arts groups as well as the broader arts community on the Central Coast.

The Art House continues the arts legacy left by the Wyong Community Hall, which was in operation for over 65 years.

After lobbying state and federal government for funding to undertake this significant project, the former Wyong Shire Council made the decision to fund The Art House itself. The former Wyong Shire Council funded 95% of the project at a total construction cost of $12.7 million. The State Government has supported with internal fitout.

The Art House is owned by Central Coast Council and managed by an independent not-for-profit entity with an independent board of directors.

Alison Homestead

Take a trip back in time. The Homestead is set on two hectares in a rural setting on Wyong’s first land grant dating back to 1825.

Alison Homestead has something for everyone. Explore the Museum filled with memorabilia depicting the history of the area, Barker’s Barn – full of historical equipment and machinery used in the timber, agricultural and farming industries in the area in its infancy, The Flower Shed with its extensive range of household items and the Old Schoolhouse set up with classroom furniture and equipment from days gone by. Check out the display of plants for sale in the nursery. Browse the local history books in the library and for sale. Wander around the beautiful gardens. The gardens and BBQ facilities are available for functions and events. Our outdoor areas are dog friendly. Call in at the Men’s Shed and see what projects are happening. Join the band of enthusiastic volunteers who manage and run the site undertaking an endless and ever changing variety of activities.
The Homestead is managed and run by an enthusiastic group of volunteers. Come and have a look!

Wyong Milk Factory

The Wyong Milk Factory established in 1906 has been lovingly restored, saved and salvaged.  There is now something here for the whole family to enjoy!

Come and discover tasty and local produce at our resident cheese and chocolate factories. The Milk Factory Café is a favourite amongst locals, open 7 days a week and kid friendly with an outdoor playground just across from the café.

Enjoy a day on the river in a kayak or row boat, relax with a BBQ by the river, pamper yourself or your pet or workout at the 24 hour gym. There really is something for everyone!

Our new family tavern will be open on Australia Day. We are doing a soft opening, so come by and see your new local!

Entry to the Wyong Milk Factory is FREE and we are open daily

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