Admission and Ticketing
Opening hours: 10 to 4 Wednesday to Sunday
Private tours available for a minimum of 10 visitors. Coach parking is available.
Please call 02 63794600 or email to book your group tour.
Admission cost:
You can purchase tickets via EFTPOS or cash upon entry.
Admission Costs:
Adults: $10
Seniors and pensioners: $8
Students: $5
Family (2 adults and their children): $20
Companion Card (support worker): Free
Morning or afternoon Devonshire teas for booked tour groups: $12 per person (guide/driver free)

Where we are:
22 Buchanan Street
Kandos NSW 2848
Getting here:
3hr15min from Sydney CBD
3hr19min from Newcastle
46min from Mudgee
There is off street parking for 4 to 6 cars and I mini bus including a mobility parking space.
Parking is also available for larger buses.
We have an EV charger – why not top up your electric vehicle while visiting?

We are wheelchair friendly.

We have a wheelchair accessible rest room.

Gift Shop:
Kandos Museum gift shop carries a range of quality publications on local history as well as locally produced souvenirs.
Our souvenir tea towels are designed and printed by museum volunteers at the Kandos (Print) Station.
Tea towels can be purchased form our online shop

Facilities at Kandos
Kandos is a small town of 1300 people nestled in the foothills of beautiful Coomber Melon Range. You can easily spend a day or longer exploring the twin towns, 20th Century Kandos and only seven kilometers away 19th Century Rylstone.
Kandos has 2 great country pubs, 2 terrific motels and many B&B’s. There is also a golf club with an excellent course and RSL club who between them offer a variety of entertainment and dining options.
Wirimbili Experience, presented by North East Wiradjuri Company runs cultural tours out of their base on Angus Avenue, the main street which is also lined with many small businesses. A fantastic up to date old style post office, a bank with ATM, bakery, chemist, library, coffee shops and IGA supermarket will look after your necessities. The Kandos Community Charity shop is legendary. Wayout Gallery, also HQ of Cementa Contemporary Art Festival runs a program of curated exhibitions, art workshops. Angus Ave is also home to private artists’ studios and craft workshops – watch out for their signs declaring ‘open today’. Find out what the locals are up to by tuning into KRR community radio. Did we mention the pool? Open between September and April the Kandos Olympic pool is like swimming in rain water. Your kids will love the skate park beside the pool. Those who hanker to stretch their legs walk or ride the bike track between Kandos and Rylstone. Dunn’s Swamp/Ganguddy, the western entrance to the Wollemi National Park is not to be missed.
Actually, you’ll discover a day is not enough, plan to stay longer and you’ll want to come back again and again.