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  1. Boehme's Hall

    Step back in time and follow the history of Stuart Town, her early settlers and the gold rush in pictures at Boehme's Hall. Discover the personalities of Ironbarks, as the town was formerly know, and the Hall's namesake, Charles Henry Boehm…

  2. Wellington Golf Club

    Challenging and enjoyable for golfers of all levels, the Wellington Golf Club boasts a course that is both beautiful and testing with 18 irrigated holes, valley views and immaculate gardens. Full club facilities available including pro-sho…

  3. Ang and Co

    Featuring stylish country home wares and gifts, unique local paintings and garden art, clothing and jewellery. Whether your tastes are traditional, contemporary, bohemian or country you will find something in store which allows you to add y…

  4. Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine

    The Phosphate Mine is located at the Wellington Caves Holiday Complex. The mine dates back to 1914, with 6000 tons of phosphate mined during its four years of operation. The phosphate was used as a fertiliser. Megafauna bones dating back to…

  5. Cameron Park

    The award winning Cameron Park is in the perfect location right in the middle of Wellington's Central Business District. The park is a great spot to enjoy a picnic, laze under the huge leafy trees or enjoy a leisurely stroll through the bea…

  6. Mount Arthur Reserve

    On August 18, 1817 John Oxley and his party were the first Europeans to sight Mount Arthur, Wellesly and Duke. The three peaks form the basis of the Mount Arthur Reserve which is a public recreation area of 1.3 hectares, situated 563 metres…

  7. Reflections Mookerawa Waters

    Home to all kinds of wildlife, if you tread quietly you are likely to spy some echidnas, kangaroos, wallabies and deer, especially in the late afternoon when they venture down for a drink. It is a delight to behold the sound of native birds…

  8. Goldfields at Ironbarks

    Between 1875 and 1914 it is estimated that 140,000 ounces of gold was mined here. You can stroll across The Common and see many old mines. There are over 50 mine shafts and a Chinese oven which is evidence of the strong role Chinese miners …

  9. Wellington Library

    The Macquarie Regional Library encompasses the local governments of Dubbo Regional, Narromine and Warrumbungle Councils. It serves a population of over 65,000 and covers an area of more than 25,000 square kilometres. The library has more t…

  10. Eris Fleming Gallery

    Eris Fleming is one of the great artists of Central NSW with his work being exhibited in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and other major centres across Australia and internationally. His paintings focus on the fringe dwellers of outback society…

  11. Oxley Museum

    The John Oxley Museum houses a collection of historic artefacts tracing Wellington history from 1830 to present time, containing many photographs and specialty displays. The museum is located in the former Bank of NSW building constructed …

  12. Stuart Town Historic Town Walk

    Stuart Town was originally called Ironbarks, the village Banjo Paterson used for his poem, 'Man from Ironbark'. The Historic Town Walk encompasses the Open Air Museum, Railway Station, Bicentennial Rock, Cobbler's Cottage, the Ironbark Inn …

  13. Wellington Gateway Sculpture

    Be entranced by the raw beauty of this unique visual art spectacle. The Wellington Gateway Sculpture is an interpretation of the identity and spirit of Wellington and its people. The main sculpture which comprises of the tripod and wind ch…

  14. Street Scenes

    Street Scenes has been created to connect the community with local artists and artworks. The trail has been curated by wellington Arts, exhibiting artworks and sculptures by the talented and flamboyant artists from around the Region. The tr…

  15. Wellington Skate Park

    Come down to the Wellington Skate Park to enjoy an array of talent on skateboards, bikes and scooters, entertaining the crowds with gravity defying moves. The skate park can be found on the corner of Ferguson Lane and Renshaw McGuir Way, j…

  16. Wellington Osawano Japanese Gardens

    Visit Wellington Osawano Japanese Gardens located eight kilometres south east of Wellington on the Mitchell Highway. Wander around the manicured gardens, which include a man-made mountain, cascading stream and reflection lake. The gardens…

  17. Cactus Cafe and Gallery

    The Cactus Cafe and Gallery displays quality art and crafts in a relaxing and unique setting. It is housed in the former Sacred Heart Infants' School built in 1929-30 and follows the Spanish mission style of architecture popular at that tim…

  18. The Lion of Waterloo

    The historic Lion of Waterloo is believed to be the oldest licensed hotel west of the Blue Mountains that is still standing. Dating back to 1841, The Lion of Waterloo was a popular destination for coaches, station hands, settlers and later …