Mugga-Mugga historic cottage stands as a testament to the lives of the families who worked on one of the Limestone Plain’s great pastoral estates
129 Narrabundah Lane
Saturday & Sunday
Tours at 1pm, 1.45pm, 2.30pm, 3.15pm
Listening to the Past dispels the misconception that the social history of the ACT was black and white and silent, re-awakening the music that once animated the three ACT Historic Places. In their heyday these sites welcomed people from diverse backgrounds, sharing music of oral traditions, classical music, popular songs, tunes and hymns.
Capture striking patinas, textures and the hardy beauty of historic Mugga-Mugga
Celebrate the Curley family’s move from Duntroon to Mugga-Mugga on a ‘cold, wet, windy day’ in August 1913, with warm apple cider and free entry to the cottage.
Getting it together includes early photographs, memorabilia and insights relating to the complex issues debated at the time of Federation.