This camping area can be accessed via Cashens La, off the Mitchell Hwy, 29 km west...Find out more Mary’s Park camping area 25 km To reach this basic camping area, follow the signs on Sunny Corner Rd. There are no facilities here, so bring your own everything, including toilet, drinking water...At 1000 metres above sea level, it is usually cool in summer, brimming with flowers in spring,...Find out more Church Bar Woodfired Pizza Originally a church dating back to 1850, The Crowded House cafe has been beautifully restored with a warm contemporary interior, and excellent garden and courtyard dining. Find out more Cobblestone Lane Cobblestone Lane gleams from its location overlooking pretty Machattie Park and the dining room is simply gorgeous, set in the former Webb & Co department store (c.1863). Find out more Heritage Grove camping area 24 km Heritage Grove is one of 4 main areas in Macquarie Woods that have been established by Forests NSW to demonstrate sustainable forestry.Bring drinking water, firewood, a gas/fuel stove and a spare tyre.... Find out more Blackheath Glen Caravan Park 70 km In the heart of the Blue Mountains, this park is situated in a pretty parkland setting opposite the Rhododendron Gardens, and within walking distance of the town centre and Govetts Leap lookout. Find out more Katoomba Falls Caravan Park 75 km Located in a quiet off-highway location, this neat well-appointed park is very close to Katoomba’s cable car and scenic railway.Find out more BIG4 Bathurst Panorama Holiday Park 4 km This is a quality park on the Great Western Highway, 5 km east of the centre of Bathurst, and offers a range of accommodation and great facilities including games and entertainment rooms. Find out more Colour City Caravan Park 47 km This is a council park with good basic facilities in a quiet, off-highway position, about 2 km north of the city centre, adjoining the showgrounds. It is an ideal park for a few days stay to explore the area. Find out more Bishop’s Court Estate Boutique Hotel Bishop’s Court Estate is perched on a hilltop overlooking Bathurst.1 Kendall Ave; (02) 6332 1444 or 1800 681 000 Traill (1889–1976) was a fourth-generation descendant of pioneers William Lee and Thomas Kite who came to Bathurst in 1818.
Find out more Encore Apartments Contemporary style awaits guests at the fully self-contained Encore Apartments in the heart of Bathurst.
There is a National Parks & Wildlife Service visitor centre in old Hill End Hospital, which has a historical display and information on panning and fossicking, with equipment for hire; (02) 6337 8206.
Old gold towns nearby include Peel, Wattle Flat, Rockley, O' Connell and Trunkey; 86 km Lithgow to Mudgee 46 km Early settlers following in the footsteps of Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson took three weeks of hard trudging to cross the majestic Blue Mountains.
Located at Yetholme, there are four cabins set on 240 hectares of mostly eucalypt forest, with 15 kilometres of...
Find out more Jenolan Cabins 60 km These basic but cosy self-contained cabins, 6 kilometres up the steep hill past Jenolan Caves, are earth-sheltered for climate control and have composting toilets and rainwater. Find out more Dargan Springs Mountain Lodge, Clarence 61 km At the soft end of ecotourism, this pleasant lodge and wellness retreat has advanced eco-certification.
Find out more Amy Anderson Reserve camping area 32 km On the Bridle Track, Amy Anderson Reserve is 42.7 km north of Bathurst and 1.3 km north of Bruinbun Reserve.