The spiritual home of Australian Motor Racing Sport.
When visiting a destination for the first time (and also on subsequent visits) there is always a range of information that would be handy to know before you arrive. The www.visitbathurst.com.au website is that place for the Bathurst Region.
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is one of the oldest regional galleries in NSW. It is a well-equipped and professionally staffed facility owned and operated by Bathurst Regional Council.
Museums Bathurst showcases the following Museums, Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst Rail Museum, Chifley Home and Education Centre, National Motor Racing Museum and Central Tablelands Collection Facility.
Hill End has an intriguing history of boom, bust, abandonment and renewal, which has excited and prompted, visits from hopeful miners, speculators, artists and more, seeking fortunes in the striking landscape of the region. - Gavin Wilson.
The Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre was officially opened on Saturday the sixth of March 1999. The Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre has been named to recognise those soldiers from Bathurst who served defending the nation.
Introducing Bathurst to potential residents for business or residential pursuits.
The Inland Sea of Sound is a world music festival, presented by BMEC (Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre) each year. It brings together a diverse range of incredibly talented musicians from across Australia and from overseas for a three day feast for the senses.
Stay tuned for a full list of opportunities to rub shoulders with and learn from the game's best. Penrith Panthers and Bathurst Regional Council are busily preparing a schedule of pre-game day events where you can participate in coaching clinics, grab a player's autograph or enjoy a BBQ with your favourite Panther.
Bathurst Regional Council Children’s Services provide high quality Education and Care Services for children.
Australian history throughout colonial and Victorian times is full of colour. It takes in an era of goldrushes, bushrangers and pastoral expansion, as well as the growth of the pioneering spirit and its place in Australian legend. Cobb & Co became famous during the late 1800s for its horse and coach transport network across New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria, providing gold escorts, mail services, passenger and freight lines to the towns and settlements scattered over the land.
The Cobb & Co Heritage Trail program encourages research and identification of Cobb & Co roads, inns and changing stations whilst capturing the social history of the era with the stories of coach drivers, grooms, innkeepers, booking office managers and passengers. The Cobb & Co Heritage Trail does more than record the past - it entices the individual to explore the countryside, learn the legend, appreciate the history and enjoy the area as it is today.
Come and enjoy the Bathurst Winter Festival in the July school holidays. It will be bigger and better than ever.
The Bathurst Business Hub website initiative provides a focal point for businesses looking to invest in Bathurst and those that are already operating within Bathurst and are looking for support services or additional resources. The Business Hub website is an innovative business support service provided by Bathurst Regional Council’s Economic Development team, and demonstrates Council’s commitment to the continued economic development of the Bathurst Region.