MISS TRAILL'S HOUSE
321 Russell Street, Bathurst, NSW 2795 Directions
Luncheons and Functions, Parties, Ceramics, Architectural Buildings, Weddings, Garden, Collection of Furnitures, Horse Racing Memorabilia and Art, Outdoor Events, Receptions, School Groups, Photography, Venue Hire, Guided Tour & Homestead
Miss Traill's House includes a wide variety of furniture, ceramics, horse racing memorabilia and art collections. The collection contains features items once owned by some of the district's original settlers. Miss Traill's family have been active breeders of racehorses for over 50 years, and her garden contains a paddock of horses. The garden also includes a herb garden and shrubs and flowers with a well-established cooler climate. You can enjoy a nice walk through the heritage garden and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere. It affords free entry for NT members & children (under 5 yrs).
Price: Adults $10, Concessions (Senior, Pensioner, Full-Time Student, Child 5-15 Years) $8 & Family (2 Adults and 2 Children or 1 Adult and 3 Children) $26
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311 Ophir Road, Bathurst, NSW 2795 Directions
House, Tourist Attraction, Heritage Site, Architectural Buildings, High Tea, Shakespeare Festival, Music, Historical Talk, Tours, Group and Private Events, School Programs, Jazz Nights, Special Event, Weddings, Walking Tour & Car Clubs
Abercrombie House is the Bathurst Region's cultural gem, which celebrated 50 years of visitors in 2019. It has a home of the Morgan families who spent the last Fifty years building and preserving the beautiful house and outbuildings. The house also offers a magnificent venue for private and public events. The very famous guided tours are also scheduled for a 1-hour historical talk and walking tour.
ABN 38 998 394 575
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BATHURST COURT HOUSE
Russell Street, Bathurst, NSW 2795 Directions
Law Enforcement Collections, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Landmarks & Court House
Bathurst Courthouse is among Australia's best examples of a public building in the Victorian era. This beautiful building was opened on July 16, 1880, and is located in the city centre. It was built by colonial architect James Barnet and is considered to be the most prominent public building in Bathurst. The court is the usual venue for minor sessions, district, and supreme courts court sittings.