Ben Chifley Dam

Historic buildings in Bathurst

Gasworks Ruin. Bathurst

Situated within urban area of Bathurst. Gasworks is disused.
Good location for a thriller. Harsh, unforgiving atmosphere surrounded by urban development.

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Railway Station.Bathurst

Dutch colonial style Railway Station
On active mainline to west. Imposing Dutch influence architecture. Impressive, wide street (Keppel Street) leads down to station. Good forecourt area for production purposes. This is a mainline railway station.

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Old Mig fighter jets. Bathurst Airport

Two twin seater Mig fighters. Abandoned on infield at Bathurst Airport.

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Classic late 19thC timber home. Hill End

Superb example of a late 19thC timber two story home with large open spaces around.  Maintained in excellent condition. Located in Hill End, approx 4 hrs drive from Sydney CBD. Located in the Bathurst LGA.

Bathurst showgrounds. Bathurst.

Face shown towards the south. All buildings made of weatherboard. Huge interior spaces suitable for shooting with rustic timber framing. Excellent location for a large shoot. Abundant parking, close by to Bathurst CBD (1.5 kms) and approx 500m from main traffic artery. Adjacent to Bathurst Showground and trotting track.

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Bridle track, Hill End. Bathurst.

Macquarie River runs alongside Bridle Track for much of journey to Hill End from Bathurst. Excellent potential location for 4WD, adventure TVC’s. Good river crossings and areas to film vehicles on road (dirt) with river background.

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Collection of the National Motor Museum. Bathurst

The National Motor Racing Museum’s mission is the conservation and preservation of material relevant to Australian motor racing history, and to enhance the understanding and significance of motorsport within Australia. There is a vast collection race vehicles in working order.

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Mt. Panorama. Bathurst

Today, Bathurst is synonymous with motorsport, being the site of the Mount Panorama motor racing circuit. It hosts the Bathurst 12 Hour motor race each February, the Bathurst Motor Festival every Easter, and the Bathurst 1000 motor race each October. During these times, the population swells with tourists. The circuit is a public road when not being used for racing and is a popular tourist attraction for visitors to the city. Bathurst has a long history of racing, beginning with motorcycle racing from 1911.[46] From 1931 to 1938, motorcycle racing was conducted at the Old Vale Circuit[47] before moving to the newly created Mount Panorama Circuit in 1938. On 16 April 1938, Mount Panorama attracted 20,000 spectators to its first race, The Australian Tourist Trophy and in 2006 the crowd figure reached 194,000 for the 3 day Bathurst 1000 event.

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