Tree Lined Street. Canowindra

Brightly coloured tree lined street, shows the brilliance of change in seasons in a small country town.

Cabonne Council

Country boulevard. Cumnock

Located at entrance to Cumnock.

Cabonne Council

Period Stables. Greenethorpe

Period stables located at Iandra.

Weddin Shire Council

Service Station and General Store. Wattle Flat

Typical historic country general store and service station.

Bathurst Regional Council

Country town. Sunny Corner

Sunny Corner is located between Bathurst and Lithgow. Small village is surrounded by pine plantations. Good location for a mysterious, dark ambience.

Bathurst Regional Council

Historic township. Perthville

Typical small country town with curved main street.

Bathurst Regional Council

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.

Bathurst Regional Council

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.

Bathurst Regional Council

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.

Bathurst Regional Council

Image taken in early spring - September

Avenue of Elms or Oaks. Perthville

Stunning formation of mature trees creating an arched canopy over the road.

Seasonality: Best canopy created in late spring/early summer – Late November to December. Photos showing trees with very few leaves show early spring which is usually around mid September.

Bathurst Regional Council