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Byng: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Golden Memories Millthorpe Museum


Golden Memories Museum is where heritage comes alive!

There are historic buildings, fascinating history with memories of pioneering days, gold discovery and mining displays, and a huge collection of farm machinery. The Good Templars Hall houses many treasures - Victorian and Edwardian pieces as well as a pistol and fossicking pick which belonged to John Lister. Plus there's a unique display of Wiradjuri weapons and objects from the district. In the Cadia Theatrette a collection of gold mining and geology supports video of the current gold mining operation at Cadia Valley to the West of Millthorpe.




37 Park Street
Millthorpe, NSW, 2798

Located 13.0K from Byng

Little Acorn Millthorpe


Tranquility and nurturing awaits you at Little Acorn Millthorpe. This little store will surround you with beautiful crystals, fossils, giftware and jewellery as well as many beautiful products to help you reach your potential and enhance your wellbeing. A unique shopping experience in historic Millthorpe nuturing the mind, body and spirit.




7 Pym Street
Millthorpe, NSW, 2798

Located 13.3K from Byng

Millthorpe Blue


Clothing, accessories, homewares, cow hides and more. Unique treasures and handmade items from independent and local labels.

Located in Millthorpe in the heart of a dynamic food and cool climate wine region, a centre for truffle production, is home to a vibrant community of local artists and has a diverse range of talented people living and working in the village.

Take a step back in time, spend some time at the museum, take a stroll around the streets of Millthorpe and experience a place where horse and cart were tethered to verandah posts, locals chat on street corners and children play in the streets. Relax, unwind and soak up the beauty and elegance of a bygone era.




23 Pym Street
Millthorpe, NSW, 2798

Located 13.4K from Byng

Orange Tenpin Bowl


Orange Tenpin Bowl has a great friendly and fun atmosphere. It has light weight bowling balls, ramps and bumper lanes for the kids and cafe facilities available. Open till late; even enjoy disco bowling - lights out, music up! There is so much entertainment, amusement games and pool tables; have a game of tenpin bowls; it is the perfect night out with your friends and family.




315 Byng Street
Orange, NSW, 2800

Located 14.3K from Byng

The Corner Store Gallery


The Corner Store Gallery is an exhibition and workshop space, located in the thriving community of East Orange, New South Wales. The gallery showcases artists and designers from across all types of creative mediums. The exhibition space is bright and intimate and provides an exciting alternative venue for Orange's extensive arts community.

The gallery hosts a new exhibition every three weeks, providing opportunities for artists from Orange and further afield.




382 Summer Street
Orange, NSW, 2800

Located 14.9K from Byng

Colour City Creatives Art Gallery and Studios


Colour City Creatives Art Gallery and Studios is a collective of artists and creative individuals. The Barracks once accommodated rail workers and stands at East Fork, a convergence of three rail lines. The two storey building is filled with art, in galleries, studios and corridors as well as the shop. The shop has original items like scarves, pillowcases, greeting cards, aprons, small artworks, baskets, bookmarks, pottery and trays.

They have 12 working art studios as well as two galleries and the shop filled with creative items, all for sale. If a studio door is open you can go inside and have a look how an artist works.

Open to the public for exhibition viewing during three Orange festivals and additionally open on the second Saturday of every month, which is also the Orange Farmers Market day.

You can also visit them online and see what they are up to on their blog and facebook page.




2b Peisley Street
Orange, NSW, 2800

Located 15.1K from Byng

Ophir Reserve


The first Australian payable gold discovery was made in 1851 at Ophir, 30 kilometres from Orange. Other gold fields soon overshadowed Ophir in size and richness, but to Ophir belongs the honour of being the first field where those very Australian words, digger and diggings, were first used.

Today Ophir is a recreational reserve - a picturesque picnic and camping ground at the junction of the Lewis Ponds and Summer Hill Creeks. Evidence of old alluvial, reef and deep lead mines is still visible to those wishing to explore the area. Hire a gold pan and try your luck in Summer Hill Creek just as the early settlers did during the gold rush of the 1850s.

Ophir has so much to offer. Camp for a night or two waking at dawn for an early morning fishing jaunt or tour a working mine that has been operating since the 1880s.
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Ophir Road
Orange, NSW, 2800

Located 15.3K from Byng

Byng: Events

Millthorpe Markets


The Millthorpe Markets are held twice a year, generally on the first Sunday in April and the first Sunday in December. The markets, which have been running since 2005, are hosted by the Millthorpe Public School P and C Committee, with all funds raised assisting to purchase ongoing educational tools for the School.

The markets are well established and have been called 'the best in the region' by both the stall holders and the thousands of market goers who attend each year. Stall holders come from far and wide to sell their produce in the beautiful surrounds of Redmond Oval. Everything from clothing, jewellery, toys, arts and crafts, woodwork, second hand goods, gourmet and fresh produce, cake stalls, plants, and Christmas decorations are available.


Event Dates
2017
      2nd Apr
      3rd Dec


Park Street
Millthorpe, NSW, 2798

Located 13.3K from Byng

Villages of the Heart Museum - Open Weekend


Over the first weekend in April the museums and historic places of the Central New South Wales will open their doors for you. Discover the rich history of this unique region, from prehistoric fishes to gold mining. This weekend provides a feast of opportunities to enjoy. Some museums are only open by appointment while others are open all weekend.




151 Byng Street
Orange, NSW, 2800

Located 14.8K from Byng

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