Machattie Park

Overview

In the centre of Bathurst you will find Machattie Park. Standing for over 100 years since it replaced the Bathurst Goal in 1889 Machattie Park embodies the seasonal changes you will find throughout…

In the centre of Bathurst you will find Machattie Park.

Standing for over 100 years since it replaced the Bathurst Goal in 1889 Machattie Park embodies the seasonal changes you will find throughout the Bathurst region.

Whether you are looking for a shady spot to picnic in summer, chasing the golden, red leaves leaves in autumn, enjoying the light displays of the Winter Festival, or the blooming flowerbeds and cherry blossoms in spring; there is always something new at Machattie Park to enjoy and experience.

The park is also of architectural interest as it displays principal elements of 19th century Victorian design. With notable features prominent in the park layout, Bandstand, Caretakers Cottage, Cargo Fountain, Fernery and Lake Spencer.

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

Caters for people who use a wheelchair.

Have step free outdoor pathways (includes picnic areas, barbecues and shelters)

Nearby Events