Forbes Heritage Walk Information
Abundant in history, Forbes has long been known for its historic buildings, most of which are still in use today. Many were featured in the film 'The Dish'. The heritage walk allows you to explore this unique heritage and town.
The Central Business District Walk takes in 18 sites and takes approximately 110 minutes to complete. Please visit the web site for more information.
Forbes Platypus Gallery
Located right in themiddle of the Central Business District is the Forbes Platypus Gallery. The..Forbes and District..
The Forbes and District Historical Society Museum is housed in 'Osborne Hall' - the dance hall of..Lake Forbes
Lake Forbes is a restful place for picnickers and travellers. The banks are grassy and there are..McFeeters Motor Museum and..
McFeeters Motor Museum showcases a stunning private collection of vehicles ranging from 1905 to..Forbes Railway Arts and..
Forbes Railway Arts and Visitor Information Centre is located in the old railway building on Union..Ben Halls Grave
Ben Hall was one of Australia's most notorious bushrangers. He was linked with hundreds of..Gum Swamp and Bird Hide
This native bird and wildlife refuge offers wonderful viewing of many species of birds and native..Craft Corner
Parkes Craft Corner features local arts and crafts and wares from talented local residents and hold..Gold Trails
In an period from 1851 onwards, people rushed to make their fortunes on a series of goldfields that..Henry Parkes Centre
The impressive Henry Parkes Centre, a tourism complex located on the northern side of town..