Hill End Historic Site
Hosies offers unique group accommodation in a beautifully-renovated 1870s building in Hill End Historic Site between Bathurst and Mudgee. Discover the attractions, history, and walking tracks of this gold rush town from your doorstep.
|Where||23 Clarke Street, Hill End, NSW, 2850 - in Hill End Historic Site|
|Facilities||Drinking water, showers, toilets, electric power|
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Once a haberdashery store and residence, Hosies has been sympathetically transformed into Hill End accommodation for groups of up to 12 people.
Located in the heart of town, a country getaway at Hosies combines modern comforts with the atmosphere of a bygone era. During your stay, you'll get to enjoy the building in its entirety, including the lower level with a full kitchen, dining and lounge area.
Visit Hill End Heritage Centre for an insight into the village’s former life as a thriving gold mining town, or book an underground tour of Bald Hill tourist mine. Stroll along Golden Gully walking track, a short drive away, where remnants of old mine shafts and eroded rock formations in the creek bed will ignite your imagination.
Nature lovers can discover cottage-style gardens in summer, and autumn colours along historic avenues of elm, oak, Monterey pine and London plane trees. You may even spot a wallaby or kangaroo wandering around the village.
As the sun goes down, head to Bald Hill, Beaufoy Merlins or Split Rock lookout for that perfect sunset snap. Then stop at the Royal Hotel for a pint with the locals, or head back to Hosies and take advantage of the kitchenette and tea making facilties.
Village campground offers exceptionally convenient camping with good facilities close to all the heritage attractions of Hill End. It’s perfect for caravan camping.
Hill End is not your run-of-the-mill gold rush town. A small village full of original Victorian buildings, it's also home to a thriving community of artists, artisans, poets and painters.
A gold mining site since the 1850s, Hill End Historic Site is listed on the State Heritage Register for its cultural, scientific, and social value to generations of Australians. Located approximately 300km north-west of Sydney, Hill End is the focus of an ongoing conservation and adaptive re-use program to safeguard its valuable history.
- National Parks Contact Centre
- 7am to 7pm daily
- 1300 072 757 (13000 PARKS) for the cost of a local call within Australia excluding mobiles
- in Hill End Historic Site in the Country NSW region
Hill End Historic Site is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.