Dundullimal homestead is the Aboriginal word for hail storm. The local Aboriginal people who lived on the site prior to European occupation were the Thunthullimal, who were part of the larger Wiradjuri nation. Dundullimal retains many significant sites and artefacts from their time here.
By 1836 the land was occupied by squatters who made significant changes to the environment in order to produce goods for their survival. The homestead is one of the oldest slab homes in Australia and is a unique example of 'old' technology using the local environment.
Dundullimal Homestead offers unique programs to touch feel, live and breathe the day to day activities and events in an isolated 19th Century squatters life.