Slim Dusty Centre | Jane Mitchell
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Author: Jane Mitchell

Prize: Featuring beautiful, rich, red Nulla Cedar - timber from a 300 year old tree that was growing on the banks of Nulla Creek at “Homewood”- Slim’s boyhood home, the tree now lives on in a unique range of furniture known as “The Nulla Collection”....

In association with the Henri Mallard, Building the Sydney Harbour Bridge Exhibition, the Slim Dusty Centre held the Building Bridges Photographic Competition and is pleased to announce our winners – 1st Prize (Custom Framing from Wonderland Framing) went to Daniel Johnson for his photo of Narrabeen...

The Slim Dusty Centre was the scene of the sixth annual Slim Dusty Community Mateship and Youth Awards, however, the first time the awards were presented at a gala dinner. More than 130 people attended and helped celebrate and acknowledge some of the key values...

Organisation of the successful Slim Dusty Country Music Memories Week in Kempsey is to run from this year under the umbrella of the Slim Dusty Foundation, operators of the Slim Dusty Centre. The Foundation is now planning and organising the 2014 event, “with sincere thanks to...