Star Gazing and Camping in Grenfell

Grenfell has the perfect mix of minimal light disturbance and wide open spaces that make it a wonderful place for star gazing.

Iandra Station and Mount Oriel Homestead. Greenthorpe

The property of Iandra was purchased by Mr. Greene in 1878 and consisted of 32,000 ac (13,000 Ha). In 1880 he commenced building his first house, of bricks fired on the property.  In 1908 he commenced the conversion of this single storey brick house to a two-storey reinforced concrete building on the same foundations. During this period he built the reinforced concrete stables, water tower with silo beneath, filtration plant, sheds, and 40 houses for the sharefarmers.

Young Shire Council.

Disused House. Borenore

Compact disused charming house with windmill, amazing location in large paddock.

Cabonne Council

Sports Field. Cargo

Large Sporting field with stands and undercover spectator area, bbq facilities and well painted to attract attention!

Cabonne Council

Tree Lined Street. Canowindra

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

Cabonne Council

Golf Course. Cumnock

9 Hole Golf Course located in rural town with clay greens and tall trees.

Cabonne Council.

Avenue of Date Palms. Eugowra

Impressive avenue of mature date palms. Eugowra is noted for plantings of date palms. Found along many streets and in parks. Rustic Playground situated near by.

Cabonne Council

Country boulevard. Cumnock

Located at entrance to Cumnock.

Cabonne 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 РLate November to December. Photos showing trees with very few leaves show early spring which is usually around mid September.

Bathurst Regional Council