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This Tudor Gothic/Scottish baronial mansion built in the 1870s, houses a lifetime collection of antiques & objects from all over the world
is held every Easter at Tuena, an old mining centre 27km south of the caves reserve.
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...
Was the home of Bathurst's most famous son, J.B. Chifley, Prime Minister of Australia from 1945 to 49.
was built in 1849 by convict labour. This stable was purchased in 1968 by the Historical Society and restored to house farming equipment and other interesting pieces of the 1880's.
opened on 10th November, 1882, is said to be one of James Barnet's best country court houses that is still intact. The Court House is open for inspection at weekends.
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.