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Situated a comfortable 3.5 hours from Sydney and 3 hours from Canberra, Orange is an ideal location for your next short break.
The Orange Region presents its guests with a playground in..
Mudgee's reputation for excellent local produce has enabled it to prosper and grow while keeping the bounty that is fine country living. Famous for its sweet honey and exceptional wines..
Dunedoo is located in Central NSW, 61 kilometres east of Dubbo. The town is located at the junction of the Golden and Castlereagh Highways and is the southern gateway to the Warrumbungle..
In 1870 gold was discovered by Tom Sanders and the town of Gulgong was born . By 1872 the population had risen to 20,000
Gulgong today is a living monument of its past, listed in the..
Situated 90km north west of Bathurst, Hill End was settled in July 1851, just after the first payable gold was discovered at Ophir. The area was renowned for the riches of its gold mines...
Ophir was the first place payable gold was discovered in Australia in 1851, when a couple of large nuggets and 113g of panned gold was taken to Sydney by Hargreaves. This sparked..
Sofala is the oldest surviving gold town in Australia and is located in the Turon River Valley 45kms north of Bathurst. There are two streets of well preserved buildings from the height of..
Originally a farming area and located 34km north of Bathurst, Wattle Flat became a thriving gold town in 1855, when gold was discovered in the area. The population soared during this time..
Early explorers Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson 'discovered' central New South Wales when they finally cut a path over the Blue Mountains. This historic region is now home to Bathurst - the..
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