Gerogery is a small village situated on the Olympic Highway and Main Southern Railway Line. In its early history Gerogery was developed as a major hub for transportation and storage of the expanding wheat and wool industry in the region. The Main Southern Line was opened to Gerogery on 1 September 1880 and to Albury on 3 February 1881. The station building, goods shed and station master’s house were constructed in the early 1880’s and are now listed by the National Trust.
Gerogery Public School opened on Monday 11 February 1884 as the Gerogery Railway Station Public School. Gerogery West Public School, to the west of Gerogery, was originally known as Gerogery Public School and was opened in 1882 and finally closed in 1968. In the early 1870’s a German Lutheran School was opened to the west of Gerogery township, this school was also closed in 1968. Today Gerogery is a vibrant village at the base of Table Top Mountain.
- visit the Dolls Museum and Historic Treasures. play some tennis.
- stroll around Gerogery and view some of the railway heritage buildings.
- enjoy an ale and some country hospitality at the Gerogery Hotel.
- or simply enjoy a BBQ in the park and let the children play at the playground.
A map of the town can be found here(PDF, 465KB).