Mt Panorama Motor Racing Circuit
Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit is one of the most exciting race tracks in the world hosting the world famous V8 Bathurst 1000, Bathurst 12 Hour and several other races throughout the year. It is the only major race track that is a public road outside race time.
National Motor Racing Museum
National Motor Racing Museum celebrates the history, personalities and achievements of Australian Motor Sports. Showing the history of speedway, solar, drag, rallying, open wheeler, sports car as well as touring cars and Motor Motorbike racing.
Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum
Mayfield Garden is one of the largest privately owned cool climate gardens in the world. A short drive from Bathurst, it is nestled within a 5000 acre working farm near Oberon.
Kings Parade is opposite Machattie Park and the historic Bathurst Court House and house the Bathurst Carillion; a 35-bell Carillon dedicated as a war memorial. It also houses the Boer War Memorial and the Evans Memorial – honoring George Evans who was directed by Governor Macquarie in November 1813 to make an Official Survey of the area.
Address: Corner of William and Russell Streets, Bathurst
Bathurst Observatory is an observatory where the public can go and view a variety of objects through the main optical telescope. All tours are conducted with an experienced guide who will show you the many wonders of the southern hemisphere’s night sky.
Jenolan Caves are among the world’s finest and oldest cave systems. One hour from Bathurst, these limestone caves are one of Australia’s most popular tourist attractions and generally acknowledged as the best caves in Australia.
Abercrombie Caves are famous for its largest natural arch in the southern hemisphere. It includes the historic Gold miners dance platform more than 120 years old – built in 1880 in the Hall of Terpsichore, Abercrombie.