Bathurst Attractions, Activities, Family Activities, Scenic Sights, Motor racing.
What to see and do in Bathurst NSW - Entertainment - Art & Culture, Galleries, Events, Live Performances, Theatres, Touring, Relaxation activities.
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Bathurst family activities - horse riding, fishing, adventure adtivities - hot air ballooning, attractions, scenic sights - historic buildings & areas around Bathurst, The Fossil & Mineral Museum, local historic villages, towns, Caves & Wineries in the areas surrounding Bathurst.
Entertainment, Motor Racing at Mount Panorama, Art & Culture, Galleries, Events, Relaxation activities in Bathurst.
Self contained, eco, farmstay accommodation and farm activities.
At the southern end of the Panorama circuit is McPhillamy Park. Situated atop Mt Panorama it provides fine views over Bathurst and the surrounding farms. The lookout is best visited at sunrise and sunset.
Old Government Cottage - at the rear of No. 1 George Street
Situated in the oldest part of Bathurst. The Cottage built in c.1817 is one of the oldest brick buildings in Australia and the oldest building standing in Bathurst.
Bathurst Goldfields - 428 Concord Straight, Mount Panorama
Bathurst Goldfields, a reconstruction of a goldmining 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 lessons. A visit takes the form of a guided tour and there are exhibits
The 'Drome' gives an insight into aspects of life on the farm for those who are unacquainted. Sheep and cattle are paraded on a stage with a commentary (in English and Japanese) on the different breeds and their uses. There are boomerang and spear-throwing, sheep-shearing, wool-classing, lamb-feeding and sheep-dog demonstrations with an emphasis on audience participation, as well as pony rides, an animal nursery and farmyard (with emus) and a small golf-range.