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Civic Centre Hours 8:30am - 4:45pm (Monday to Friday, except Public Holidays)
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From the Mayor's Desk

Tickets for drive-in cinema selling fast

The tickets for the drive-in cinema, brought to you by McDonald’s Bathurst, went on sale earlier this week. The event is already proving to be a popular attraction with 500 tickets sold within the first 24 hours. It had significant interest from both regional and metropolitan postcodes.

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Reopening Schedule for Council Facilities

Manning Aquatic Centre
Reopening Saturday 20 June 

Kelso Community Hub
Reopening Tuesday 16 June 

National Motor Racing Museum
Reopening Wednesday, 3 June

Bathurst Visitor Information Centre
Reopening Wednesday, 3 June

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum
Reopening Thursday, 4 June

Bathurst Rail Museum
Reopening Friday, 5 June

Bathurst Library
Reopening Tuesday, 9 June

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
Reopening Tuesday, 9 June

Chifley Home and Education Centre – opening date to be advised.

Council Election September 2020 - Postponed

The Local Government elections for September 2020 have been postponed until September 2021

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Adventure Playground

Parks and Reserves

Corner of Durham and Hope Streets, Bathurst

Park-Garden-Trees Picnic tables Playground Toilets BBQ

Flying fox fun  

 

The Bathurst Adventure Playground was opened to the community on 21 December 2009, providing Bathurst residents and its visitors with a state of the art outdoor play space and recreational facility for the whole family.

Located within Victoria Park, on the corner of Durham and Hope Street, the Bathurst Adventure Playground is a specifically designed playground providing recreational activities for able bodied persons as well as a number of play items designed for people with disabilities.

Created with a dinosaur theme, the Adventure Playground contains a wide range of play equipment and landscape structures that are intended to stimulate the imagination of children whilst they play. 

Sundial at Adventure Playground Rock climbing walls

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some of the play items and interactive features that have been installed within the Bathurst Adventure Playground include:

  • dual flying fox
  • large metal slide & toddlers double slide
  • large sand pit with water spout
  • stockyard maze
  • imaginative play cubby house
  • rockers and whirlygigs
  • climbing structure and rock wall
  • working sun dial
  • sound activated dinosaur noises
  • musical deck notes
  • dinosaur sculptures & footprints