The Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo, Mogo

(4.1/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Was very informative and worker that took us around was very polite. I could see that it is a work in progress and a bit run down. But I can see that they are working hard to get it done. They do have...  more »
  • Great accommodation in the cabin, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen and living areas, very reasonable tariff and clean. We had a couple of small things that needed seeing to, and they were fixed with n...  more »
  • A large group of us stayed here overnight in the bunkhouse accommodation. The bunkhouses are quite comfortable and located right next to the camp kitchen which suited our group fine. When staying over...  more »
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  • Excellent experience. Great for the kinds. The staff are super nice and enjoy there jobs. Recommend a stop in.
  • We were disappointed with it all Our tour lasted for a short while we were told he had to leave as he had a group of school children coming through so we had to just walk around the rest not hearing the history . Also the train wasnt working but is still been advertised on some web pages So $18 was spent by 11 people for half a tour very disappointed
  • This place is my childhood, too many great memories of mine are here spent with Ned Kelly's figure and the amazing bush walks. After about 12 years since my last visit I recently took my fiencee. It was perfectly preserved from my memories and we both agree it wont be out last visit!
  • This place is good value. Even worth staying a night for a quiet/dark nights worth of star gazing. You can of course pan for gold. And nearly everything there is authentic from the time. The guided tours are amusing and child/parent friendly. The maze is simple enough, so just throw the kids in there and sit on the hill and you'll occasionally spot them wandering through.
  • I WENT ON A SCHOOL CAMP AND THE HOUSES WHAT EVER YOU CALLED THEN THEIR WERE ALRIGHT DIDNT HAVE SOAP BUT IT WAS ALRIGHT BUT THE TOUR LADY WAS A NICE LADY AND SHE THOUGHT ME SO MUCH I LIKE THAT AND YOU SHOULD AS WELL