BATHURST PARKS AND GARDENS

ON KINGS PARADE

Relax and enjoy this open space in the heart of the city and listen to the Carillon bells chime every quarter-hour. Take in the beauty of the gardens in full bloom or stroll around the impressive memorials that dominate the park.  |MORE INFO 1 | MORE INFO 2 | Google Map |

BICENTENNIAL PARK

Reminders of the early settlement of Bathurst abound in this park along with more modern installations. A huge sandstone sculpture sits beside the walking path overlooking the river.
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OHKUMA GARDEN

Discover the peace and tranquillity of this garden designed and built to commemorate the sister city relationship Bathurst shared with the small Japanese township of Ohkuma.
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COLOURS OF BATHURST IN AUTUMN

Bathurst is blessed with many tree-lined streets that become a sea of gold, red and orange in the autumn months. Such a beautiful time of year to visit.

SPLENDOUR OF BATHURST’S SPRING GARDENS

Spring brings out the best in local gardens and even the trees in the streets are a mass of blossoms. For a whole weekend late in October, you can view a range of spectacular gardens in Bathurst and the surrounding region. Just out along the road is the spectacular Mayfield Garden, open to the public at special times.


 

BATHURST VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE

1 Kendall Avenue, Bathurst, NSW 2795
Ph 02 6332 1444
www.visitbathurst.com.au
Open 9am – 5pm Daily Closed Christmas and Boxing Day

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