A visit to Bathurst is hardly complete without a visit to Mount Panorama. Bathurst is the capital of Australian Touring Car Racing. It is the home of the Bathurst 1000 motor race, held each October. T...
To take a step back in time, head to the underground limestone wonderland of Wellington Caves. A short drive from Dubbo, Wellington Caves - also grounds to the Old Phosphate Mine - is an ideal family ...
Making an international name for itself as one of Australia's most prominent food and wine regions, Central NSW is a must for the global gourmands and careful connoisseurs. Perhaps the best known amon...
History Hill

History Hill

Hill End

The largest privately owned gold rush collection in Australia, History Hill is dedicated to the land, time and people of Australia's gold rush era. A hands on approach to getting inside the world of t...
Borrodell Vineyard Fruit Picking has an extensive Orchard with fruits like Apples (February until May), Cherry (December) and Plums (February) and each fruit has many different varieties to pick from....
This Tudor Gothic/Scottish baronial mansion built in the 1870s, houses a lifetime collection of antiques & objects from all over the world
can be heard 1.30-2pm Wed-Fri and 11.30am-12noon Sat
Offers trout fishing, water sports, fine scenic views and a deer park.
A chance find near Canowindra in 1956 has provided a remarkable fossil collection. Many of these fossils are now on display. The museum contains well preserved remains of long extinct fish. Some of th...
Was the home of Bathurst's most famous son, J.B. Chifley, Prime Minister of Australia from 1945 to 49.
Holiday Range
Cabins, Miner's Cottages and Railway Carriage compartments.
Goldrush Festival
is held every Easter at Tuena, an old mining centre 27km south of the caves reserve.
Carcoar Dam
Has a catchment area of 228 sq km. It was the first of its kind in Australia with a double parabolic curvature concrete arch dam.
View two enormous hand dug holes.