Transport yourself back to the gold rush era at the historic Royal Hotel, where you can stop for a drink or bite to eat in the bistro or beer garden, after exploring the abundant heritage at Hill End Historic Site.
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Hill End Heritage Centre's interactive museum displays and historic information are the perfect introduction to any visit to Hill End Historic Site.
Step back into the colonial era with a guided tour through historic Craigmoor home in Hill End. Careful attention to detail means this unique heritage experience brings history to life.
Experience the underground world of a goldminer at Bald Hill tourist mine. A short walk or drive from Hill End, this guided tour is ideal for families and school groups.
Valentines mine is a short drive from Hill End’s town centre. When you visit, you’ll find out about Australia’s reef mining history.
The quartz roasting pits are a short drive from Hill End and are a significant historical remnant of Australia’s earlier mining heritage.
General Store is an icon of built heritage in Hill End, inviting you to a unique dining experience surrounded by history, and offering coffee and groceries.
Stop by the Great Western Store on your visit to Hill End. The rare photography collection on display offers a fascinating snapshot of life during the mining boom.
Northeys offers an historic insight into the Hill End village. In the heart of Hill End, it’s great for camping, fossicking gear and booking a Bald Hill Mine tour. Accommodation is also available.
Beyers Cottage is well-preserved and a testament to Australia’s gold rush past – a remarkable historical remnant of Hill End’s gold mining heritage.
Hill End’s heritage Presbyterian Church is a historical example of religious congregation and the importance of religion in gold mining communities in Hill End in the late 1800s.
Athol is a heritage home built in Hill End in 1890. With Italianate features and marble interiors, this is a charming historic building in an old gold-mining town in Central NSW.
Beaufoy Merlin lookout offers spectacular views and an excellent vantage point to see the true scale of former mining activities. It’s also great for photography.
Bald Hill lookout offers stunning views of historic Hill End’s countryside. It’s a short 3km drive from the town centre and offers magnificent sunset moments.
Bill Lyle Reserve is an ideal place to picnic at Hill End Historic Site. You’ll find free barbecues, picnic tables and a playground for the kids.
Come up to ‘The End’ where it all begins! The End Festival of arts, culture and heritage is back by popular demand in 2019. It's on at Hill End Historic Site, near Bathurst and Mudgee.
Golden Gully walking track is a short drive from Hill End and part of a great car touring route. Enjoy easy walking and taking in the historic surrounds.
Discover the historic heritage of Hill End on Bald Hill walking track. With great birdwatching, native animals and wildflowers, this easy walk has something for everyone.
Take an easy self-guided walk and discover the historic heritage of Hill End on Village walking track.