Platform Arts Hub Blayney

Platform Arts Hub Blayney is a regional art gallery and community hub located at the Blayney Railway Station in Central NSW. The continually changing cultural and exhibition program, showcases regional and local artists, meaning there is always something new and exciting to inspire you. Get involved and hands on with the creative arts workshops and

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Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Experience, Dubbo

Touch down into the world of heroic doctors, nurses, pilots and outback communities at the Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Experience (Dubbo).

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Museums Bathurst

Museums Bathurst – a diverse group of local Museums operated by Bathurst Regional Council, each offering very different experiences that complement a broad range of other cultural attractions that Bathurst has to offer. Explore unique and extraordinary collections through tours, learning programs, and continually evolving exhibitions and events. See natural history at its most stunning,

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Bathurst Rail Museum

The Bathurst Rail Museum brings the rich social history of Bathurst and our story as a railway town to life, with personal recollections and interesting artefacts. Explore the stories of local people connected to the Railways, past and present, who have contributed to making Bathurst the thriving city and community it is today. The completion

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RAHS Orange Regional Seminar – Looking to the Future and Discovering the Past

A seminar on historical records presented by the Royal Australian Historical Society (RAHS), in conjunction with Central West Libraries.

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ERCO – Lighting Training Central West NSW

ERCO heads to Cowra and Bathurst to deliver workshops on lighting topics that explain the importance of qualitative lighting design and techniques that can be used to reduce energy consumption and light pollution. Over two half-days participants will cover the following topics: Dark Sky, Light for Public Buildings and Light for Art. ERCO recognise light

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Gulgong Holtermann Museum

The Gulgong Holtermann Museum is a contemporary museum housed within two iconic State Heritage Listed buildings. These two buildings were originally photographed in Mayne Street, Gulgong in 1872 by Beaufoy Merlin and are featured in the UNESCO listed Holtermann Collection of photographs. The State Library of NSW has given its collective expertise, guidance, support and

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Wungunja Cultural Centre

A unique centre that celebrates the Aboriginal culture of the Trangie area, set in the surrounds of a beautiful native garden, including a yarning circle camp site and traditional dance circle. The centre holds a fabulous collection of artefacts that have been sourced predominantly from Central NSW and 2 magnificent carved burial trees that once

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Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery

A gallery exhibiting work of Aboriginal artists of Central West NSW, at Hartley Historic Site east of Lithgow. Representing and selling work by Aboriginal painters, printers, weavers, designers, jewellers and photographers from across the region. The Kew–Y–Ahn Aboriginal Gallery was established in 2013 as a partnership between regional art development organisation Arts OutWest, NSW National

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Gulgong Gold Experience

Gulgong Gold Experience is located on Red Hill where gold was found in 1870 by Tom Saunders.  The gold rush that followed this find was to become known as ‘the last of the poor man’s gold rushes’. The Gulgong Gold Experience has been excavated into the slopes of Red Hill and incorporates the original commissioned tile mural

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Condobolin Railway Museum

The Railway museum aims to preserve the unique rail history of the region, in particular the township of Condobolin, as well as connecting retired people with skills to maintain and restore the rolling stock, water tankers and other exhibits.  The Railway Museum volunteers also interact with children from pre-school up to high school age and

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Orange Regional Museum

Orange Regional Museum will interpret the stories, cultures and places of the region, displaying artefacts that trigger memories, engage audiences and inspire new ways of thinking about history and cultures. Orange Regional Museum will host temporary and permanent exhibitions on a variety of themes including, settlement of the region, mining, the built environment, agriculture, migration

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Grenfell Art Gallery

The Grenfell Art Gallery opened in the Community Hub Building in March 2009 and continuously exhibits throughout the year. Exhibitions feature local and regional artists and sculptors. The gallery adds a professional venue for the arts community of Grenfell. The large light towers in the gallery mean the room is full of natural light and

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Eugowra Historical Museum & Bushranger Centre

The Eugowra Museum and Bushranger Centre was opened by Cabonne Council Mayor John Farr on the 25 – 26 October 2003. And a new extension has recently been completed but is not yet open. This building was formerly a stock and station agent’s shop, but with government grants, gifts and lots of volunteer labour, it

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Emmaville Cottage

Emmaville Cottage is one of a number of key buildings around Orange with connections to one Australia’s best-known poets, Banjo Paterson. Emmaville Cottage located near the Botanic Gardens is a tangible link to the period more than 150 years ago when Paterson was born. The prefabricated cottage is believed to date from the 1850s.  The American

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Golden Era Piano Museum

Due To Renovations During March The Museum Will Be Open By Appointment Only Ph: 0407 495 055.   The Golden Era Piano Museum formerly in Neville NSW has now reopened to the public at 152 Percy Street Wellington, NSW. Open each weekend from 10 am until 4 pm Saturdays and 10 am until 3 pm Sundays,

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Henry Lawson Centre Gulgong

The Henry Lawson Centre at Gulgong is a museum dedicated solely to the life, times, and woorks of Henry Lawson, via photos, paintings, prints and a large variety of Lawson memorabillia. The museum is rated the best display of Lawson memorabillia in the world, and is second in size only to the State Library at

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Platypus Gallery

The Platypus Gallery is a special attraction in Forbes for visitors and locals alike. You cannot come to look at Forbes’ fine historic buildings and miss visiting the Platypus Gallery. It is located within close proximity to all of the town’s finest buildings and the building itself has had a long history as a pharmacy

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The Henry Parkes Centre

The Henry Parkes Centre is a modern tourism complex and cultural precinct located on the northern side of town, incorporating 4 museums and the Parkes Visitor Information Centre: Parkes Visitor Information Centre The King’s Castle Elvis Exhibit Parkes Motor Museum Moat Cottage Replica Henry Parkes Museum Antique Machinery Collection Call into the Visitor Information Centre

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Molong Museum

The Molong museum is housed in a delightful of stone building on the corner of Riddell & Gidley Streets and was built in 1860 as an hotel.  It was then called “The Golden Fleece”.  It is known that a rubble mason and also his son lived in Molong at that time and were responsible for

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