The aim of the Cudgegong Valley History Project is to gather information about any individual who has had any connection with the Cudgegong Valley or surrounds. This site includes the localities of Airly, Appletree Flat, Avisford, Ben Buckley, Ben Bullen, Beryl, Bogie, Botobolar, Breakfast Creek, Bridgelo, Brogan’s Creek, Burrendong, Burrundulla, Bylong, Bylong Valley, Canadian, Capertee, Cassilis, Charbon, Cherrytree Hill, Clandulla, Clarke's Creek, Codner's Flat, Collingwood, Coggan, Coomber, Coxs Crown, Cooyal, Crudine, Cudgebegong, Cudgegong, Cullenbone, Cullen Bullen, Excelsior, Glen Alice, Glen Davis, Goolma Creek, Goolooinboin, Grattai, Gulgong, Gulgowra, Guntawang, Hargraves, Havilah, Home Rule, Ilford, Kandos, Kelgoola, Lawson's Creek, Leaning Oak, Limestone, Linburn, Lower Botobolar, Lue, Maitland Bar, Mebul, Merendee, Mudgee, Munghorn, Munna, Murragamba, Narrango, Olinda, Piambong, Pine Ridge, Pipeclay Creek, Pyramul, Round Swamp, Running Stream, Rylstone, Sally's Flat, Spicer’s Creek, Stoney Creek, Tambaroora, Torbane, Triambil, Turill, Two Mile Flat, Uarbry, Ulan, Upper Meroo, Upper Pyramul, Widden, Windeyer, Wollar, Woolloman. and Yambil.
Source information is more visible to members of the site.
Information relating to places, events, properties, etc., is available on Cudgegong Valley History Wiki. The wiki allows people to add their own information.
The Cudgegong Valley History Group meets on the first Friday of each month at Henbury Golf Club, Covid19 permitting. All welcome. The group's newsletters are now available on issuu.com