Airly Mines

Shale Oil Mining activities at Mount Airly commenced in the last 1880s and continued until the mid 1920s.

Activity in the area was intense. Supporting Infrastructure for the Shale Mines & the Oil Works included the villages of Airly & Torbane as well as 2 different tramway systems. Many miners chose to live close to the mines in Cave Houses.

Relics from the Airly Mines, the Torbane Oil Works, the Cave Houses & the 2 tramways can still be seen today, making the area well worth visiting.

Airly Gap to The Towers and return

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Mining Relics

Mugii Murum-ban State Conservation Area (NSW)

Mt Airly



Last Updated: 04-01-2019