3 Museums Bathurst venues have reopened with appropriate social distancing and other entry conditions in place. Click here for details.
Chifley Home and Education Centre will remain closed in the short term to comply with social distancing requirements.
While the Home is closed to the public we will continue to tell the story of Ben and Elizabeth Chifley through online resources and the Ben at Home series.
We hope to welcome families back to Chifley Home soon.
A visit to the Chifley Home can be a meaningful cross generational family experience – and offer a valuable message about sustainability.
Often grandparents will reminisce about their life, or parents remember stories they were told by their own parents. This is the chance to see life from another era – a time when there was no television, no internet and not even hot water in the kitchen.
Children are welcome to have a go on the pianola (sometimes families have a sing along!).
Interpretations: A Reproduced History
Interpretations: A Reproduced History – is an exhibition of visual interpretations of the domestic and the political, the personal and the historical, the remembered and the projected, all based on objects contained within, or connected to, the Chifley Home and Education Centre.
This exhibition has been created by the Visual Arts curriculum method class of 2020, from the School of Teacher Education at Charles Sturt University, Bathurst.
Open Interpretations Online Exhibition