The miner's museum (which was a very short drive from Sydney) was definitely worth the trip. We learnt so much about the history of coal mining and the lives of the workers - it was very interesting. Unlike other museums that can be a bit dry, the tour down into an old part of the mine and the short film were truly entertaining and eye opening experiences. Our tour guide Eric, was very knowledgeable. He himself was a miner back in the days when the mine was operating which added a very real element of authenticity to the tour. He shared his stories and experiences with us. Highly recommend this stop for anyone's trip!
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