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NEWS

Along with the historical media releases from the development of the Slim Dusty Centre project, please see all of our latest news stories!

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”....

Visitors to the Slim Dusty Museum will have the added opportunity of viewing “FANTABULOUS, a fabulously fantastic exhibition of ephemera given to Slim over many decades by his many fans. “FANTABULOUS” includes letters, craft, magazines, costumes, scrapbooks, records, posters, musical instruments and furniture. Whether you...

The Slim Dusty Centre’s Nulla Nulla Gallery is launching Behind the Lines 2015, the year’s best political cartoons a travelling exhibition from the Museum of Australian Democracy. Curator Tania Cleary has selected 80 of the best cartoons from 39 of Australia’s best cartoonists. This exhibition...

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 Dunghutti-Ngaku artists are back at the SDC after many requests to see more of their vibrant artworks. Featured artists include; Natalie Bateman, Jimmy Deen, Danielle Burford, Maria Christine Jarrett, Johnny Knox, Rosalee Quinlin, Cheryl Robinson, Clem Ritchie, Mabel Ritchie, Tanya Taylor, Elwyn Toby, Gina...