Heritage Events

When the rich social and cultural history of Bathurst comes alive though specialty heritage events.

The annual events calendar for Bathurst is packed with specialty heritage events that honour the people and places that helped shape Bathurst into the thriving regional centre it is today.

From fascinating Heritage Trades displays, to important cultural scenes brought to life through theatrical performances, amazing music and folk festivals, and commemorative events, attending one of these specialty events is the best way to delve into the history and culture of our beautiful town in an immersive way.

Bathurst Remembers

Marking V-J Day and the 75th Anniversary of the end of WWII featuring a photo exhibition with over 130 enlarged images of servicemen and women associated with Bathurst who enlisted and served during WWII.

Heritage Week

Bathurst celebrates all things to do with its cultural heritage in one week each Autumn with a program that is packed with fun activities and tours of significant heritage sites around Bathurst, concluding with 'Proclamation Day'.

Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail

Rediscover rare trades and craftsmanship at the Heritage Trades Trail, 10-11 April 2021, as many of Bathurst's heritage venues come alive

Autumn Colours Heritage Tours

Discover the facinating stories of the Bathurst region with a series of guided tours and activities exploring a range of areas and personalities from our history.

Rebellion on the Turon at Sofala

The iconic nineteenth century gold mining town of Sofala comes alive with historical reenactments, live music, rides, great food and great wine!

The End Festival

Music, art, culture, craft and the rich heritage of the village of Hill End coming to life are what make 'The End' festival a highlight of the annual heritage events calendar.

Inland Sea of Sound

Outstanding musical acts from local and national artists atop Mount Panorama/ Wahluu, where the deep connection of the Wiradjuri to this ancient place is celebrated.