Wellington NSW....the second oldest town west of the Blue Mountains
Wellington Attractions, Activities, Events
THINGS TO DO & SEE - in Wellington and its surround areas in Central West NSW Australia
Wellington Attractions & Activites - Wellington Caves, Osawano Japanese Gardens, Lake Burrendong, Burrendong Botanic Garden & Arboretum, Mount Arthur Reserve, The Lion of Waterloo, Gateway to Wellington, Phosphate mine and more... Wellington local towns & villages - Stuart Town, Cumnock, Yeoval, Geurie, Eucharenna and Mumbil and Wellington Events.
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One day event - the 136th Annual Wellington Show has many new and returning entertainments -including the AWI fashion parade, wood chopping, Correctional Services dog handling display, children's petting zoo, local bands / music, practical craft demonstrations and much more. Plus the rides, food, showbags and sideshows and the evening topped off with the fireworks display commencing at 7.00pm.
Features - BBQ and Fireworks, the Yeoval Mulga Bill Bicycle Ride, Art Exhibition, Photography Exhibition, Craft Show, Street Parade, Bush Poetry, wacky bike construction competition, street markets, model flying aircraft, vintage cars, motorbikes, and antique machinery.
Cumnock is a small town in a scenic rural area of Central NSW, 22 kilometres from Molong and about 45 minutes north west of Orange. Inspired by the residents of Cumnock, Animals on Bikes is a series of over 100 creative Paddock Art sculptures along the Obley Road.
Established in 1964 on over 167-ha, it has one of the largest collections of Australian plants in cultivation. Over 50,000 Australian flowering plants, trees, shrubs and wildflowers, including numerous rare and endangered plants.
Picnic Areas, Trails and Lookouts with spectacular views of the river junction and the Wellington Valley. The Mount Arthur Reserve takes in three peaks - Mount Arthur, Wellesly and Duke - covers 1300 ha of bushland creating a sanctuary for a large number of birds, animals and plants.