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The Kidman Way

Barrier Hwy, Cobar NSW 2835
Travelling along the Kidman Way you will witness changing landscape, meet characters and enjoy a relaxing journey. The Kidman Way touring route takes you through the heart of NSW, taking in Jerilderie in the south to Barringun in the north. Travel by car, caravan or motorhome, by yourself, with friends or family, there is something for everyone along the road. Leave your worries behind.
Great Cobar Heritage Centre Logo and Images

Great Cobar Heritage Centre

Barrier Highway, Cobar NSW 2835
The Great Cobar Heritage Centre is the former Administration Building (circa 1910) of the Great Cobar Copper Mine. The centre captures the essence of Cobar, housing an outstanding collection of exhibits which date from the early 1870s to the present day. Inside the amazing collection of artefacts reveal the extraordinary diverse range of local heritage.
Cobar Heritage Walk Logo and Images

Cobar Heritage Walk

Various locations in Cobar, Cobar NSW 2835
The Cobar Heritage Walk starts at the Great Cobar Heritage Centre. Walkers should allow about an hour for the Heritage Walk, which takes in most of Cobar's points of interests and many of its old buildings. Traverse all the points of interest in Cobar, from the grand old buildings of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, to the accommodation used by the miners and the managers residences. A detailed map is available from the Great Cobar Heritage Information Centre.
Cobar Miners Heritage Park Logo and Images

Cobar Miners Heritage Park

Lewis Street, Cobar NSW 2835
Just over the road from the Great Cobar Heritage Centre, the park was completed in August 2002 to commemorate the miners who lost their lives in Cobar mines. Some of the objects which can be viewed at the park are: a two metre bronze sculpture of a miner, a restored stamper battery from the Mount Boppy Mine, a fifteen metre high poppet-head from the New Cobar Mine, a loader from the CSA Mine and the headframe and winder from the Old Chesney Mine.
Fort Bourke Hill Lookout and Open Cut Mine Logo and Images

Fort Bourke Hill Lookout and Open Cut Mine

Off Kidman Way, South of Cobar, Cobar NSW 2835
Fort Bourke Hill stands to the east of the Cobar township and rising to 300 metres above sea level, it affords the visitor a wonderful vista of the Cobar landscape. See the open pit and entrance to the underground mine from a well constructed viewing platform. Fort Bourke Hill is the historical site of Cobar's first gold Mine, the New Cobar Gold Mine. Peak Gold Mines operates an underground mine at Fort Bourke. Limited access to the lookout is possible by contacting the Cobar Heritage Centre on (02) 6836 2448.

The Kidman Way

Barrier Hwy, Cobar NSW 2835
Travelling along the Kidman Way you will witness changing landscape, meet characters and enjoy a relaxing journey. The Kidman Way touring route takes you through the heart of NSW, taking in Jerilderie in the south to Barringun in the north. Travel by car, caravan or motorhome, by yourself, with friends or family, there is something for everyone along the road. Leave your worries behind. ...

Cobar Heritage Walk

Various locations in Cobar, Cobar NSW 2835
The Cobar Heritage Walk starts at the Great Cobar Heritage Centre. Walkers should allow about an hour for the Heritage Walk, which takes in most of Cobar's points of interests and many of its old buildings. Traverse all the points of interest in Cobar, from the grand old buildings of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, to the accommodation used by the miners and the managers residences. A detailed map is available from the Great Cobar Heritage Information Centre....