Bathurst Region What’s On – July 2015
With the number of activities and fun featured in this month’s What’s on it’s easy to see why this July is going to be the most entertaining on record for the Bathurst, Blayney and Oberon Region.
15/11/14-31/10/15 200 years of Bathurst Filmmaking competition
Lights, camera, action, for the 2015 Bathurst Film making competition. Bathurst is celebrating 200 years, and they want your story to be the feature piece of the community’s celebration. The competition is open to all ages, and accepts entries in all the format imaginable: feature, music video, powerpoint etc, there’s only one essential rule your film has to follow: it has to be about Bathurst. For more info click here.
1/7/15/ – 2/8/15/ Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
Show me the Monet! The Bathurst Regional Art Gallery will showcasing the best work from artists in the community. Pieces inspired by Gallipoli will be on displays, alongside Harrie Fasher’s steel rod sculptures; they’re truly a sight to behold. And, in case that wasn’t enough, there’s also Geoff Ireland’s miniature sculptures: inspired by Medieval manuscripts, which allow you to take a contrasted Central West journey, enjoying the beauty of man-made and natural creations. The event takes place at 70- 78 Keppel Street. Click here for more info.
29/7/15/- 9:30am-10:30 Free Women’s walking group (Bathurst)
Lace up your trainers, but leave your purse at home. The Free Women’s walking group are giving all the women of the Bathurst community a chance to meet up, and go for a walk, all absolutely free! The group meets at Central West Women’s Health Centre at 20 William Street. Head here for more info.
26th July (Sunday)- Antiques Auction (Blayney)
It’s all going, going… on at the Antiques Auction this July. Got some clutter you’ve been meaning to get rid of? Or, are you keen for a unique bargain? Either way, Blayney’s Antiques Auction is for you. It all happens at the Blayney Shire Community Centre, with bidding starting at 8.a.m. Click here for details.
31st July (Friday) ‘Dead Men Talking’ Two man Show (Oberon)
Two of Australia’s greatest storytellers (Max Cullen & Warren Fahey) invite the community of Oberon to a reminiscence of old times and a Q&A. In the characters of Banjo Patterson & Henry Lawson, Max and Warren will recount all the details of their famous shenanigans. All the fun takes place at the Robert Hooper Community Centre. Find more info here.
The Water Garden at Mayfield Garden (Oberon)
With 160 Acres of English style gardens, The Water Garden is certainly worth the price of admission. The picturesque beauty of the garden makes the perfect destination for a relaxing stroll, or a family picnic. The garden is open until the 29th April, so there plenty of opportunity for you to enjoy the garden again, and again. Take a look at their website.