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Abercrombie House

311 Ophir Road, Bathurst NSW 2795
Abercrombie House, a heritage treasure of the region and private home of the Morgan family, is open on many days during the year for guided tours and self-guided tours. The heritage experience includes the 50 room Scottish-baronial mansion of the 1870s; exhibitions, displays, collections, grounds and gardens, outbuildings and property walks around 18 hectares. Group and coach bookings are welcome anytime. Special events include concerts, Jazz nights, themed days and high-tea days throughout the year. Gifts and souvenir shop and antiques and collectables on sale.
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Ash's Speedway Museum

2/10 Bradwardine Road, Bathurst NSW 2795
Ash's Speedway Museum is open weekends, Public Holidays or by appointment. The museum is the largest collection of speedway memories in the Southern Hemisphere. It holds a large collection of Bathurst's "Bluey Wilkinson", the first Australian champion of the World. The collection also includes items from the 1920's and from all over the world. Speedway in Bathurst dates back to the 1920's, with many speedway stars originating from Bathurst and surrounds. These include Bluey Wilkinson - 1938 World Speedway Champion, Glen McDonald - 1970's star, Johnny Langfield 1960's to 1970's and present day NSW captain Tim Heffernan. On show now, they have six Golden helmets which Ivan Mauger won in six world championships. These helmets have never been displayed before in a museum. They now have the largest collection of Ivan Mauger history in the Southern hemisphere. Come and enjoy Ash's collection.
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Bathurst Golf Club

Mitchell Highway and Boundary Road, Bathurst NSW 2795
Everybody is welcome at the Bathurst Golf Club. Established in 1894 the golf course is a true test of golf with excellent greens and places as the third oldest Club in New South Wales. Golf professional Matt Barrett is a highly regarded coach and keen to see you on the course.
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Bathurst Court House

Russell Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
The Bathurst Courthouse is one of Australia's best examples of Victorian era public architecture. This magnificent building was opened 16 July 1880, and is situated in the heart of the city. It is listed by the National Trust and was designed by James Barnet who also designed the Bathurst Bowling Club (formerly the Police Barracks). The courthouse is the regular venue for sittings of the court of petty sessions, district and supreme courts. The east wing now houses the Bathurst and District Historical Society Museum, while the west wing is occupied by the Mitchell Conservatorium Incorporated.
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National Motor Racing Museum

Murrays Corner, Mount Panorama, Bathurst NSW 2795
The National Motor Racing Museum is located alongside the world famous racing circuit, Mount Panorama. The National Motor Racing Museum celebrates the history, personalities and achievements of Australian Motor Sports. While Mount Panorama and the Bathurst 1000 is at the heart of its displays, the museum looks across the spectrum of Australian Motor Racing. The history of speedway, solar, drag, rallying, open wheeler, sports car as well as touring cars is told. The history of motorbike racing in particular is given great attention.
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Bathurst Farm Experience

1080 Trunkey Road, Perthville NSW 2795
Experience a real farm and interact with animals at Bathurst Farm Experience. Feed lambs, chickens, horses and learn about their uses. Have a led "pony" ride on a Shetland pony or draught horse. Take a sled ride behind a draught horse, maybe a sulky ride with one of these special horses and lots of fun activities over a very busy 1.5 hours. If you have particular activities you would like to try discuss this on booking as all activities cannot fit into a 90 minute visit! Extra time may be possible for more activities, charges in 30 minute blocks. Cost AUD50.00 per hour. Birthday parties are great fun at Bathurst Farm Experience. They provide the venue, you provide the kids and the food (or they can provide you with a contact who will look after food, face painting and other games). Bookings are essential, times by arrangement.
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King's Antiques & Collectables

139 George Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
There is something for everyone at Kings Antiques no matter what your budget or decoration style. You are most welcome to browse at your leisure without obligation and they are happy to have a chat whether you are a serious collector or new to antiques and just want to know more.
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Chifley Dam

The Lagoon, Bathurst NSW 2795
Chifley Dam is located a leisurely three hour drive over the Blue Mountains west of Sydney. It is a perfect location for a quiet weekend getaway or a fantastic fun holiday for the family. The dam is Bathurst's water supply and recreation area - power boating, water skiing and sailing are permitted. The dam offers good fishing, cabin accommodation, barbecue and picnic facilities. There is a free primitive camping area with a maximum of four camp sites, maximum stay is three nights.
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Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre

105 William Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
The Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre (BMEC) is one of the finest performing arts centres in regional Australia. The Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre opened in March 1999 and comprises a well equipped 642 seat proscenium arch theatre; city hall licensed for a maximum of 1100; 550 maximum for sit down dinners with dance floor; four small conference rooms catering for up to 120 people each; commercial kitchen, three licensed bars; two foyers which can be used for separate functions, additional break out rooms and more. The centre has its own entertainment program and attracts bookings from a wide range of sources. The centre does not have in-house catering (apart from tea, coffee, and afternoon tea services), but quotes from local caterers can be arranged upon request.
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Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

70 - 78 Keppel Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is one of the oldest regional galleries in NSW. It is a well equipped and professionally staffed facility owned and operated by Bathurst Regional Council. Home to one of the finest collection of Lloyd Rees artworks in regional NSW. BRAG's exhibition program features a diverse range of touring exhibitions, Local Artist Project Shows, exhibitions created from the permanent collection and work of Hill End Artists. The design of the gallery allows programming of three to four exhibitions at a time, with an exhibition changeover every six weeks. With an average of 25 exhibitions per year, there is always plenty of new material for visitors. The gallery has guided tours, children's activities, public programmes and is wheelchair friendly.
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Bathurst Harness Racing Club

Group 1 Feeds Paceway 169 College Rd, Bathurst NSW 2795
Bathurst Harness Racing Club is one of the state's largest and most successful harness racing clubs outside of metropolitan Sydney. Bathurst Club is centrally located within Central West NSW. The Club enjoys a strong harness racing following and participation with 52 tab race meetings hosted annually. The Bathurst Gold Crown Carnival is the feature of the harness racing calendar - held annually in late March. It features six race meetings and many social events. The two year old finals on the last Saturday night of March each offer AUD100,000 in prize-money. Enjoy the excitement of harness racing at their new facilities located near the famous Mount Panorama, harness racing is easy to access for visitors to Bathurst.
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Bathurst Goldfields Education and Function Centre

428 Conrod Straight, Bathurst NSW 2795
Bathurst Goldfields, a reconstruction of a gold mining village which has a mine, a working stamper battery crushing ore, operative steam engines, a miner's hut, a blacksmith's forge and gold panning. Take a guided tour of the indoor museum, explaining the history of gold in New South Wales, the working life of a gold miner, displays of mining tools, documents from the gold rush era and minerals from around the world. There is an extensive display of general household items that were in use in the Victorian home. Tour will continue onto the outdoor museum with Chinese temple housing artefacts and see how the Chinese work practices and lifestyle varied from the European miners. Demonstrations of old style blacksmithing and see a steam engine room.
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Chifley Home and Education Centre

10 Busby Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
Chifley Home is a house museum which serviced as the only marital home of Australian Prime Minister Ben Chifley and his wife, Elizabeth. The home contains original household furnishings and personal belongings of the Chifley's. On display are also ceremonial gifts presented to Ben Chifley in his roles as Commonwealth Treasurer and Prime Minister. The Chifley Home also has an Interpretative Centre which features additional displays on Ben Chifley and serves as an educational centre for school groups and a venue for changing exhibitions.
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Crago Mill Emporium and Heritage Centre

2A Piper Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
Crago Mill is an emerging Bathurst heritage icon that started life over 100 years ago as a technology leading flour mill. Today it houses an assortment of businesses. Cafe at Crago Mill is a great place for breakfast, brunch, lunch, morning or afternoon as well as a quick coffee or tea. Wimburndale Wines cellar door sells their award winning wines. They have won over 100 medals and 18 trophies since their first vintage in 2002, making Winburndale one of Australia's finest vineyards and wineries.
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Jumbos Jungle Playhouse and Cafe

12 Littlebourne Street, Kelso NSW 2795
Jumbo's Jungle is a children’s indoor play centre where adults can relax in comfort whilst the children play. Enjoy great coffee, cappuccino, lattes and more with great food (dairy and gluten free options, nut free centre) for both adults and children. Party packages are available. Mothers groups, family day care, visiting sporting clubs and school excursions are all welcome.
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Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve

Caves Road, Abercrombie River NSW 2795
Set in a peaceful valley, Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve is a spectacular place to visit and a unique opportunity to experience the hidden depths of NSW. Abercrombie Caves boasts the largest natural arch in the southern hemisphere, as well as a number of other grand, richly decorated caves. Take the kids on a cave tour and go on a ... Visit website for more info
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Mount Gray walking track

Caves Road, Abercrombie River NSW 2795
4km (return) - 3 hour (each way) - Medium difficulty Take a journey back in time on Mount Gray walking track, when hopeful gold miners braved the remote bush conditions in their quest for fortune. You'll wander through undulating bushland on this medium grade walk to visit the place of a gold-mining community from the 1880s, listed on the National Estate as a historic heritage site. The machinery and ... Visit website for more info
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Grove Creek Falls walking track

Goulburn Road, Abercrombie River NSW 2795
3km (one way) - 3 hour - Medium difficulty This walking track takes you through bushland alongside the picturesque Grove Creek, and finishes with dramatic views of the Grove Creek Falls. Stand at the lookout and watch the tranquil waters of the Grove Creek tumble over a sheer cliff and fall some 70 metres to the rocks below. For day-trippers or those with limited time, you can also ... Visit website for more info

Bathurst Bike Hire

1 Kendall Avenue, Bathurst NSW 2795
Bathurst Bike Hire is a great way to explore the City surrounds, the river and upto Mount panorama. With two bike stations: one at The Aquatic Centre and another at the Visitor Information Centre both have six unisex bikes suiting riders over 145 centimetres (three of which have child seats). Plus two children bikes for kids higher than 110 centimetres. Helmets, Maps and locks available at the Aquatic Centre, the Visitor Information Centre and across the road at The Panorama Motel. See the Bike hire station or Website for information....

Bathurst Golf Club

Mitchell Highway and Boundary Road, Bathurst NSW 2795
Everybody is welcome at the Bathurst Golf Club. Established in 1894 the golf course is a true test of golf with excellent greens and places as the third oldest Club in New South Wales. Golf professional Matt Barrett is a highly regarded coach and keen to see you on the course. ...

The Hayloft

9 Monteve Crescent, Bathurst NSW 2795
The Hayloft is truly unique - a fully self-contained cottage in an idyllic semi-rural setting. Enjoy the wonderful views over Mount Panorama and Bathurst. Cosy up by the wood log fire or quietly relax on the front veranda, taking in the views. Ideally located within five minutes (four kilometres) of Bathurst central business district. Open plan in design, The Hayloft features reverse cycle air-conditioning in addition to the slow combustion heater (firewood supplied). There is a lounge area with flatscreen television and DVD, kitchen with dishwasher, gas barbecue, and single carport. Within two kilometres are Mount Panorama race track, the Flannery Centre, Boundary Road Nature Reserve, Bathurst Archery Club, and Bathurst Golf Club....

Vale Creek Wines

438 Cow Flat Road, Cow Flat NSW 2795
An easy and scenic 15 minute country drive from Bathurst will bring you to the spectacular property of Vale Creek Wines. Enjoy the view of olive trees and grape vines as you enter via the long drive way from Cow Flat Road. On arrival, you can walk amongst vines in the sample vineyard and learn how the vines grow and produce premium wine grapes. Inside the beautifully designed cellar door you can look down into the winery and production hub. Depending the time of year you visit, will determine what you will experience. At the bar try the wines and be educated and entertained by the owners, Tony Hatch and Liz McFarland. Both are very generous with their time and love to share the secrets of the Italian varietals. They will answer all sorts of questions about the wine, so don't be shy to ask....

Bathurst Visitor Information Centre

1 Kendall Avenue, Bathurst NSW 2795
Call into the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre for information on the local area. The city of Bathurst is located on the central tablelands of New South Wales, around 207 kilometres west of Sydney by road. Australia's first inland settlement has much to offer from gold rush to colonial history, outdoor activities, shopping, festivals and the world famous Mount Panorama. Bathurst's main streets are a mixture of old and new, highlighted by the charming cast iron lamp posts adorning busy shopping centres. You can plan your next holiday to the Bathurst area, all the information you need is available on their website or call in to their centre....
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Jack Duggans Irish Pub

135 George Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
Jack Duggan's Irish Pub is a true Irish local, with a friendly atmosphere, personal service and authentic Irish Restaurant, right in the centre of Bathurst. Ma Duggans Kitchen serves up the very best Irish fare, with an extensive menu that would please anyone looking for a taste of Ireland. Dine in the air-conditioned restaurant, or on the decks... or in the beer garden. There's a space to suit everyone and every change in climate. Jack's provide clean affordable accommodation - double rooms, twin room, family rooms and a backpacker room that sleeps up to eight. The very reasonable rates are attractive to people visiting Bathurst as the location is central to town, convenient to shops, transport links, restaurants and Mount Panorama - and there is plenty of parking out the back. ...

Two Heads Brewing

2A Piper Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
Two Heads Brewing, created by beer loving brothers Greg and Campbell Hedley, is located in the historic Crago Mill on Piper Street . They offer a delicious range of handcrafted beer on site, alongside tasty meals made with love from fresh locally sourced produce. For the non-beer drinkers they have a selection of local wines spirits and cider to ride tour over . They are family friendly and have a mix of indoor and outdoor spaces making the brewery the perfect destination in any weather for locals and visitors alike. They pride themselves on offering all their customers a warm, welcome, relaxed and friendly service and most importantly delicious beer....

Bathurst Spring Spectacular

Various garden locations, Bathurst NSW 2795
Bathurst Spring Garden Spectacular - visit 11 spring gardens in and around Bathurst, from formal town gardens to historic and large country gardens. Proceeds will go to local charities. The Bathurst Spring Spectacular is managed jointly by the Bathurst Gardeners' Club Inc, Radio 2BS Gold and the Western Advocate. For further information about the event, please visit the Bathurst Spring Spectacular web site. ...

Abercrombie House

311 Ophir Road, Bathurst NSW 2795
Abercrombie House, a heritage treasure of the region and private home of the Morgan family, is open on many days during the year for guided tours and self-guided tours. The heritage experience includes the 50 room Scottish-baronial mansion of the 1870s; exhibitions, displays, collections, grounds and gardens, outbuildings and property walks around 18 hectares. Group and coach bookings are welcome anytime. Special events include concerts, Jazz nights, themed days and high-tea days throughout the year. Gifts and souvenir shop and antiques and collectables on sale. ...

Australia Day Celebrations Bathurst

Bathurst, Bathurst NSW 2795
Each year Bathurst Regional Council run Australia Day celebrations and it's another great opportunity for locals to celebrate what's great about Australia and the Bathurst Region. Every Australia day is based around a theme, however the days events will focus on showcasing what there is to love about Australia Day. Each year celebrations become bigger and better with a growing number of participants joining in on the fun every year. Come along to take part in some of our great events....

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

70 - 78 Keppel Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is a modern, highly celebrated regional gallery which generates state-of-the-art exhibitions of contemporary art. The Gallery is a creator of quality in house and touring exhibitions, and operates the nationally renowned Hill End Artists in Residence Program. BRAG is a well-equipped and professionally staffed facility owned and operated by Bathurst Regional Council. Entry is free. ...

Mary's Place

79 Mitre Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
Mary's Place is a self-contained, Mediterranean style unit, with a small private courtyard amongst the bamboo and a larger vine covered portico for sunny, lazy breakfasts by the rustic table accompanied by bird song or candle light wine tasting. Just part of the thoughtfully appointed accommodation. If you are seeking to relax in a secure, peaceful setting, with loads of atmosphere and style, instead of a sterile motel unit, this unique place would be perfect for you. The soothing sound of rain on the roof is special. Enjoy John's abundant "help yourself " organic garden with the delicious taste of fresh grown vegetables and the fabulous aroma of crushed herbs. The accommodation consists of a queen and a king single in one room....
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Governor Macquarie Motor Inn

19 Charlotte Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
Just a two minute stroll to the heart of the shopping, food and business district of Bathurst. Centrally located in a quiet off street, Governor Macquarie Motor Inn is the only motel that does not have a main road or major highway rumbling past its front door, a good night's sleep awaits you! Enjoy a relaxing dip in the salt water pool before ordering a refreshing drink in the Ribbon Gang Bar while you plan your adventure exploring Bathurst's rich heritage as Australia's oldest inland settlement. Perhaps a drive around the world famous Mount Panorama Racing Track, where you can view the whole of Bathurst and surrounding district before weaving your way back down through the "S's". It's not only the view that will certainly take your breath away. ...