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145 William Street
Bathurst NSW 2795 [map]
T: 02 6331 4888
F: 02 6331 4011

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Free WIFI & Foxtel
Central quiet location
Non-smoking rooms
Newly renovated
On-site parking
Room service breakfast


Convenient Location

Panther League club 1 min
St Michael and
St John's Cathedral
1 min
Kings Parade 2 min
Stockland Shopping Centre 2 min
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery 3 min
Charles Sturt University 3 min
St Stanislaus College 3 min
Mt Panorama 4 min
TAFE Western – Bathurst 4 min
Bathurst Base Hospital 6 min
Bathurst RTA 6 min
Bathurst Goldfields 8 min
Mayfiled Gardens 45 min
Jenolan Caves 72 min
Abercrombie Cave 78 min


Towns Nearby

Wattle Flat 37 km
Blayney 38 km
Millthorpe 40 km
Sofala 45 km
Oberon 47 km
Carcoar 52 km
Orange 54 km
Trunkey Creek 56 km
Lithgow 62 km
Three sisters 101 km
Cowra 106 km
Mudgee 129 km
Parkes 160 km
Dubbo 205 km
Sydney 206 km
Canberra 251 km



Local Area


Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit

MMount Panorama Motor Racing Circuitount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit is one of the most exciting race tracks in the world hosting the world famous V8 super car and several other races throughout the year. It is the only major race track that is a public road outside race time. 

Address: Mountain Straight, Bathurst NSW 2795
Phone: (02) 6333-6100


National Motor Racing Museum

National Motor Racing MuseumNational Motor Racing Museum celebrates the history, personalities and achievements of Australian Motor Sports. Showing the history of speedway, solar, drag, rallying, open wheeler, sports car as well as touring cars and Motor Motorbike racing.

Address: Murray's Corner Panorama Ave Mount
Panorama NSW 2795
Phone: (02) 6332 1872


Abercrombie House

Abercrombie HouseAbercrombie House has 50 rooms, 30 fire places and in its heyday the property was 15,000 acres which nearly reached to Perthville.

Address: 311 Ophir Road Bathurst, NSW  2795
Phone: (02) 6331 4929


Australian Fossil & Mineral Museum

Australian Fossil & Mineral MuseumAustralian Fossil & Mineral Museum houses one of the most complete T. Rex fossils in Australia.

Address: 224 Howick Street Bathurst, NSW 2795
Phone: (02) 6331 5511


Chifley Home

Chifley HomeChifley Home on Busby Street was the only marital home of Australia's great Prime Ministers Ben Chifley and his wife, Elizabeth. It still contains its original collection of household furnishings and personal effects dating back to when the Chifleys first occupied the house in 1914.

Address: 10 Busby Street Bathurst, NSW 2795
Phone: (02) 6332 1444


Kings Parade

Kings ParadeKings Parade is opposite Machattie Park and the historic Bathurst Court House and house the Bathurst Carillion - a 35-bell Carillon dedicated as a war memorial. It also house the Boer War Memorial and the Evans Memorial - honouring George Evans who was directed by Governor Macquarie in November 1813 to make an Official Survey of the area.

Address: Corner of William and Russell Streets, Bathurst


Mayfield Garden

Mayfield GardenMayfield Garden is one of the largest privately owned cool climate gardens in the world.  A short drive from Bathurst, It is nestled within a 5000 acre working farm near Oberon.

Address: 530 Mayfield Road, Oberon NSW 2787
Phone: (02) 6336 3131


Bathurst Observatory

Bathurst ObservatoryBathurst Observatory is an observatory where the public can go and view a variety of objects through the main optical telescope. All tours are conducted with an experienced guide who will show you the many wonders of the southern hemisphere's night sky.

Address: 624 Rossmore Park, Limekilns Rd
Kelso NSW 2795
Phone: (02) 6337 3988


Jenolan Caves

Jenolan CavesJenolan Caves are among the world’s finest and oldest cave systems.  One hour from Bathurst, these limestone caves are one of Australia's most popular tourist attractions and generally acknowledged as the best caves in Australia.

Address: 4655 Jenolan Caves Road, Jenolan Caves NSW 2790
Phone: 1300 76 33 11 or (02) 6359 3911


Abercrombie Cave

Abercrombie CaveAbercrombie Cave is famous for its largest natural arch in the southern hemisphere. It includes the historic Gold miners dance platform more than 120 years old - built  in 1880 in the Hall of Terpsichore – Abercrombie.

Address: via Trunkey Creek, Trunkey Creek NSW 2795
Phone: (02) 6368 8603


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