Autumn in Bathurst
Bathurst’s thriving arts and cultural scene paints a unique picture of the town, celebrating its rich heritage with a modern twist as the leaves turn to rich golden hues and the weather cools.
Top things to do in Bathurst in autumn? Step back in time and learn about some of the lost trades and crafts that literally built Bathurst at the Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail. Meet some of the region's most talented artisans and watch on as they demo some of the rare trades from yesteryear such as blacksmithing, scything, embroidery, dry walling. Check out the biggest display of Cobb & Co Coaches in the country and go inside some of the town's heritage buildings not usually open to the public.
Hill End’s The End Festival is great for any fans of bluegrass and country music, art or food, while the Bathurst Cycling Classic and Bathurst Half Marathon & 10KM will appeal to cyclists and runners.
- Head up to Hill End and celebrate the region’s love of arts and culture at The End Festival, a unique folk and country festival offering the best wine, craft beer and food from the region.
- Rediscover all the rare and lost trades and crafts and go inside some of Bathurst's heritage buildings over one weekend on the Bathurst Heritage Trade Trail.
- There’s no better way to explore a new destination than on your own two feet, so lace up and take on the Bathurst Half Marathon & 10KM.
Check out our round up of the best events in Bathurst here.