Wollondilly Heritage Centre and Museum is located at the Oaks, New South Wales. There are six buildings filled with treasures from the past. Our collection includes numerous stories, items and photos from Burragorang Valley prior to it being flooded to build Warragamba Dam. Exhibitions reflect the history of the area, extensive digital photos of the area showing changes over time depicting Wollondilly since settlement. School groups book in for a hands-on experience in doing tasks from days gone by. These activities include - egg washing, apple grading, cooking on a fuel stove, learning about aboriginal art and painting a boomerang. General bus groups can book in for a delicious Devonshire tea followed by a presentation in the drill hall and a guided walk through the six buildings. There is a huge research room for assisted research as well as a historian. The volunteers have gone through extensive training and all have a wealth of knowledge and always look forward to greeting and assisting visitors.