Category: Tarella


On Sunday 31 March, from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm (last entry at 2.45 pm), the Blue Mountains Historical Society’s Tarella Cottage Museum at 99 Blaxland Rd, Wentworth Falls, will be open to the public. It’s Easter Sunday. Will you find some Read more…


Beryl McLaughlin (1888-1988) has been honoured with the first Blue Plaque for the Blue Mountains. Nominated by the Blue Mountains Historical Society, the new historical plaque will be installed, in coming months, at the front gate of Tarella, the Society’s Read more…


On entering ‘The History of Linoleum’ into my computer, information from the Hagley Museum* (Hagley.Org) was almost at the top of the page. It includes:“Linoleum is a term used for a smooth floor covering made from a solidified mixture of Read more…