Connecting Culture: Tracing Ancestors workshop for mob

Join Melissa Jackson and Kerry-Ann Tape, First Nations family history specialists, for our Connecting Culture: Tracing Ancestors workshop for mob, in collaboration with the History Council of New South Wales. […]

MISS TRAILL’S HOUSE AND GARDEN

Built by the Reverend Thomas Sharpe in 1845 soon after land became available in the Bathurst area, Miss Traill’s House and Garden is named after Ida Traill, a socially prominent, […]

Miss Traill’s House and Garden Tours

This Victorian-era bungalow treats its visitors to a wide and varied collection of furniture, ceramics, horse racing memorabilia and art, much of it bequeathed to Miss Traill by her antecedents, […]

First Nations Servicemen of the Central West

A display honouring a family of First Nations brothers who served in World War One, with supporting artefacts from the Australian War Memorial to help us reflect on the unique […]

Brazen Hussies – Free film screening

Join us in a celebration of International Women’s Day with a free screening of BRAZEN HUSSIES. BRAZEN HUSSIES introduces contemporary audiences to the Australian second wave feminists, who declared war […]

Ring Around the World

The Bathurst District War Memorial Carillon and the Community Bells in the Bathurst Anglican Cathedral will lead the way as 2021 ticks over into 2022 and bells around the world […]

MISS TRAILL’S HOUSE AND GARDEN

Built in 1845, Miss Ida Traill bequeathed her home and garden to the National Trust of Australia (NSW) in 1977. The elegant Georgian home is filled with furniture, china, paintings […]

BATHURST PILLARS EPISODE 1: INTRODUCTION – WHAT ARE THE PILLARS

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BATHURST PILLARS EPISODE 1: INTRODUCTION - WHAT ARE THE PILLARS
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In this first episode of the series Brett and Robin discuss the background to the Pillars of Bathurst and offer a taste of the stories to come.