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Church Public Toilet
Emergency Medical
Parking Lot VisitorInformation
Police Station Centre
Post Office Barbeque

Picnic Area

Walking Tour

Anglican Church H7
Automatic Teller Machines F8
Catholic Church G6
Caravan Park D10
Court House F8
Rural Fire Station I13
Golf Course D11
Hall: Memorial Hall F7
Hospital I12
Petrol G5, G8
Police Station F8
Post Office F8
Primary School H5
Public Toilets F7, E6
Railway Station I5
Shire Chambers F8
Shops & Services: Louee St
Showground E6
Tennis Courts D8
Uniting Church H9
Vet Surgery G6
Visitor Information
(West side of Louee St) G6

brick Zion Chapel (1852, now demolished) Constable’s House houses the current Police Historic + beautiful Rylstone
that stood next to St. Andrews Church. A Station, and the Court House is still in use.
Temperance Hall (1874) once stood in the VISITMUDGEEREGION.COM.AU | rylstone 17
present roadway. The Federation period THE POST OFFICE
church manse, on the opposite corner, is of
brick construction. Postal deliveries to Rylstone commenced
in 1850. The Post Office and the
ST. ANDREWS CHURCH Telegraph Office were originally separate,
but combined in this building built in
This small church was opened in 1902 free 1880, along with a residence on the right
of debt to serve local Scottish Presbyterian side. It operated as the town’s post office
families. It is no longer in use following the until 2007.
formation of the Uniting Church and is now
in private hands. THE SHIRE CHAMBERS

THE POLICE COMPLEX Rylstone Shire was formed in 1906 and
functioned for 98 years until parts of
These buildings date from 1875 to 1895, and Rylstone, Mudgee and Merriwa Councils
consist of the Court House; the Constable’s were merged to form Mid-Western Regional
House (with sandstone lock up and cells - no Council. The building was erected in 1913
longer in use), the Sergeant’s House, and and extended in the 1970’s.
the slab stable at the rear. The rear of the
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