Bathurst has superb examples of early 1800's architecture with an abundance of heritage buildings from the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Civic structures, mansions, commercial buildings, terrace houses, cottages still remain.
The finest of several grand buildings is the Victorian Renaissance Court House with an outlook to Kings Square and a statue honouring George Evans who was directed by Governor Macquarie in November 1813 to make an Official Survey of the area.
The court house was completed in 1880 and is one of the best examples of 19th century public building architecture -
it is still fully functional today
What to See and Do around Bathurst
All your accommodation needs are catered for when you choose to stay in Bathurst in the Central West, New South Wales (NSW) Australia.
Everything from cheap, budget, family and luxury accommodation..
Select from the wide range of accommodation choices - including B & B accommodation, Bed and Breakfast's, apartments, cottages & cabins in self contained and serviced accommodation facilities, guest houses, motels, motor inns, hotels, eco and farm stays, family accommodation including camping, caravan & tourist parks. Backpacker accommodation is available at some hotels and many accommodation facilites are historic sites of early Australian settlement. There's always something ideal for the Mount Panorama Racing weekends.