Bathurst District Historical Society Museum

The museum is overflowing with historical artefacts, you can see the tree trunk carved by Surveyor Evans to mark his reaching the Lachlan River and investigate the world of Aboriginal artefacts, convict and colonial era, gold mining history, a famous Prime Minister, items from the Sudan and later wars, local businesses and professions and the life of our early pioneers. The museum is also home to Bathurst Archives, which has extensive family history records, These are available for a small search and printing fee.

Contact Details

P: 02 6332 2522
E: info@bathursthistory.org.au
W: www.bathursthistory.org.au
Address:
162 Russell St, Bathurst NSW

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