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All reviews for sale leather goods run by volunteers step back in time gold coin donation opening times interesting items wealth of knowledge country town australian history old building across the road quick stop on display well worth a visit song george
I was keen, hubby wasn't, but the reviews on TA made this a definite on our trip. Was very glad it was open, and it was quite busy, maybe because it was raining and people wanted to get inside. It is free entry which surprised...More
Dropped past today to see the Saddler. Great pieces of history and memorabilia to see. Really gave us a link to Peter Allen and his Grand Father George Woolnough, who must have been a very respected man in town. Everyone trusted and confided in him....More
We went down for the Peter Allen weekend, so at the saddlery there were a group of singers entertaining the crowd with songs recorded by Peter Allen. Inside the saddlery was interesting with a lot of historical information
Loved visiting this attraction so much. Seeing all the history and stories was amazing. Awesome people running the house with a wealth of knowledge. My two teenage kids thought it was great too. And yes we sang the famous song more than once on our...More
I have to admit I was terribly excited this was something we could see... so I insisted this was one of our stops. Why did it ring bells in my head though? It was because of Peter Allen's song... the song where he tells the...More
We visited Tenterfield last month and visiting the Tenterfield Saddler was on the top of our list of things to see and do. I know that the shop is manned by volunteers but we were very disappointed to find that it was closed even though...More
Nostagial in abundance. An interesting building on the outside, and a world that is no longer with us on the inside.
We are shown an insight into George’s life and the world of a country town of a century ago.
Footnote: the website showed minimal...More