The Kurri Kurri Coalfields Heritage Group

The Kurri Kurri Coalfields Heritage Group
 & the Edgeworth David Museum

The Kurri Kurri Coalfields Heritage Group operates a heritage centre (the Sir Edgeworth David Memorial Museum) where rich history and heritage information and material about the coalfields of the Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia, can be found in its library and archives. The Group, which was founded in 1996, researches, records, preserves, publishes and teaches its regional history freely to all who wish to use the facility.

The KKCHG does not undertake research requests at the present time, but researchers are encouraged to visit and use the resources. We welcome new members!

Read more about the Group

You may also be interested in some of our great photos of the Coalfields and surrounding area.

Opening Hours

Sundays, Wednesdays & public holidays
From 11:00 am to 4.00 pm.

Please note that we will be closed on Anzac Day and Sunday 28 April 2019. Come and see us at the Alexander Galloway's Lost Diggers of Weston exhibition in St. Paul the Apostle Anglican Church Hall, Lang Street, Kurri Kurri.