High Tea @ Abercrombie House

Abercrombie House 311 Ophir Road, Bathurst

This popular High Tea includes scrumptious savoury and sweet treats. Enjoy a variety of leaf tea, plunger coffee and elegant live classical Celtic harp music. Main rooms and gardens are open to explore. This is an outstanding afternoon of elegance and style. Adult $50; Concession $48; Child under 14 yrs $30. Tickets available at Bathurst […]

Bathurst Thoroughbred Racing – Race Meeting

Come along to the Bathurst Thoroughbred Race Track for a fun day out and experience some real ‘horse power!’ Visit our website closer to the day for more details and exact start times.

Bathurst Harness Racing Club

Bathurst Harness Racing Club 169 College Road, Bathurst

Bathurst Harness Racing Club will be racing extensively during January with many key meetings. These meetings include 7th January Memorial Night, 19th January Bedwells Star trek Final and the iconic Oberon Night on Friday 28th January. Come and enjoy great actions and family fun.

Free

Dale Burridge – At The Crossroads

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre 105 William Street, Bathurst

“Burridge is back on the boards and at a crossroads” After an absence of more than twenty years, one of our true leading men, and the original Raoul in the 1990 Australian Premiere Production of The Phantom of the Opera, Dale Burridge returns to the stage with a funny, moving, heart-felt exploration of the highs […]

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Exhibitions

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery 70 -78 Keppel Street, Bathurst

Brett Whiteley: Drawing is EverythingAt the heart of Brett Whiteley’s extraordinary career was an exceptional talent for drawing.Drawing underpinned everything he did – from painting to sculpture to prints – and was fundamental to his imaginative and creative process. Whiteley’s drawing is richly expressive and his bold mastery of line is instantly recognisable.This major exhibition […]

The Rivoli

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre 105 William Street, Bathurst

A celebration of social life before social media, when to meet was to talk, laugh and move to music together. An immersive dance hall meets dance theatre performance, The Rivoli is a tribute to the iconic dance halls across Australia that were a celebration of social life before social media. A hit at Sydney Festival […]

The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre 105 William Street, Bathurst

Young Marty is a triplet. One of three, only he is the odd one out, the runt of the litter. No one understands him, except his dogs. Locked in the coal shed at night, Martin finds solace from the iciness of a troubled home in 1970’s Ireland, by cuddling up to his German Shepherds, Major […]

The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre 105 William Street, Bathurst

Young Marty is a triplet. One of three, only he is the odd one out, the runt of the litter. No one understands him, except his dogs. Locked in the coal shed at night, Martin finds solace from the iciness of a troubled home in 1970’s Ireland, by cuddling up to his German Shepherds, Major […]

The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre 105 William Street, Bathurst

Young Marty is a triplet. One of three, only he is the odd one out, the runt of the litter. No one understands him, except his dogs. Locked in the coal shed at night, Martin finds solace from the iciness of a troubled home in 1970’s Ireland, by cuddling up to his German Shepherds, Major […]

The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre 105 William Street, Bathurst

Young Marty is a triplet. One of three, only he is the odd one out, the runt of the litter. No one understands him, except his dogs. Locked in the coal shed at night, Martin finds solace from the iciness of a troubled home in 1970’s Ireland, by cuddling up to his German Shepherds, Major […]

This is Eden

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre 105 William Street, Bathurst

A funny, dark and provocative anti-bonnet drama. 1839. Cascades Female Factory, Hobart Town. In a solitary cell, on the edge of survival, Mary Ford waits alone in the darkness. Left for dead, ten thousand miles from home, she plots escape and reveals, with biting mockery, the untold tales of her captors. In a tour-de-force performance […]