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Cooerwull: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Japanese Bath House Blue Mountains


Be a world away from the hectic city life at the Japanese Bath House in the Blue Mountains. Just a two hour's drive from Sydney, situated in front of Lake Lyell on 300 hectares of farmland.

Designed to calm and relax your body and soul, Japanese Bath House offers grounds framed by a picturesque rose garden and an exquisite Japanese Zen Garden, this unique bathhouse is indeed 'heaven on earth'.

Blue Mountains Sparadise is the only Japanese onsen (hot spring) in New South Wales where you can experience the Japanese spa culture. The bathing ritual has great health benefits - it stimulates your circulation, warming your body in winter and removing grime and toxins from your body in summer. A hot spring, or onsen, also has medicinal benefits due to the high mineral content in the spring water.

Also available is a range of Cabin style or Tudor House accommodation.




259 Sir Thomas Mitchell Drive
Bowenfels, NSW, 2790

Located 0.8K from Cooerwull

Lithgow Small Arms Factory Museum


In 1906 the Australian Government decided Australia should be independent from Britain for her defence needs. The Lithgow Small Arms Factory commenced production in 1912.

This museum, situated in the grounds of the Small Arms Factory, celebrates the rich history of Australia's first high precision mass production facility and its people.

Over its years of operation Lithgow SAF accumulated military small arms from all over the world for technical appraisal. These and the Factory's own production form the basis of a most comprehensive collection of rifles, sub-machine guns and ordnance.

To keep this vital factory going between wars, an amazing array of commercial products were manufactured. The Factory saved the floundering Australian wool Industry during the 1930s, manufacturing parts for shearing handsets, replacing expensive English equipment.

In 2007, collector Ron Hayes donated a magnificent handgun collection. The diversity in the Ron Hayes Gallery will amaze even those disinterested in firearms.




69 Methven Street
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 1.9K from Cooerwull

Newnes Shale Oil Ruins


At the end of Wolgan Valley lies a reminder of the shale oil industry. The township and shale oil mining complex was established in 1906. The Newnes Oil Shale Mine produced low grade oil. Set within beautiful mountain scenery, a collection of shanties, huts and buildings for the mining process were built. Today the ruins of the site are all that remains.

Operational costs and the availability of lower priced crude oil finally closed the works in 1932. The former hotel (now Newnes Kiosk) is the only reminder of a thriving community.

A brief stop at the top of the Wolgan Gap affords excellent views of Wolgan Valley and the spectacular sandstone escarpments.

To reach the ruins of the works, cross the river at the fjord by foot, or 4WD downstream from the hotel, and follow the well-defined path which was the original route of the railway line.




North Of Lithgow
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 2.8K from Cooerwull

Eskbank House and Museum


Eskbank House and Museum in Lithgow is a historic home, with splendid furniture, display of Lithgow Pottery and other period pieces, blacksmith's forge and a coach house.

Built in 1842 by Thomas Brown, Eskbank House is a sandstone building in the Georgian style. The four front rooms have been preserved much as they were in Thomas Brown's day, and contain some beautiful regency and early Victorian furniture.

The museum has an extensive collection of Lithgow Pottery, memorabilia and photographs of early Lithgow as well as a static steam engine display. The gardens contain a stone stable and coach house and an unusual stone hexagon garden shed and picnic area available to use.




Bennett Street
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 3.2K from Cooerwull

Cooerwull: Events

Gemboree


The 53rd National Gem and Mineral Show, known as Gemboree 2017, will be held in April at Tony Luchetti Showground in Lithgow in New South Wales. It is being staged by the Gem and Lapidary Council of N.S.W. Inc. under the auspices of the Australian Federation of Lapidary and Allied Crafts Association Inc.

Various gem and lapidary clubs from around New South Wales are assisting in the organisation and coordination of the various aspects of this huge undertaking which will draw a large crowd of lapidaries and hobbyists, as well as the general public.


Event Dates
2017
      14th Apr
      15th Apr
      16th Apr
      17th Apr


Barton Street
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 1.5K from Cooerwull

Lithgow Show


The Lithgow Agricultural Show will bring together all the popular exhibitions plus Side Show Alley. The Show weekend will be packed with things to do and see.

For the full program of what's on and how you can be part of the show, please visit the web site.





Corner Barton Street and George Coates Avenue
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 1.6K from Cooerwull

Ironfest


Ironfest is 'An Arts Festival with a Metal Edge', celebrating working and playing with metal.

An Arts Festival with a Metal Edge, Ironfest celebrates working and playing with metal. Held annually in Lithgow on the closest weekend to Anzac Day, Ironfest brings together artists, designer/makers, blacksmiths, performers of all kinds, musicians, historical re-enactors, machine enthusiasts and hobbyists from all over Australia, and the world.

Ironfest is imagineering with a metal and clothing focus: bringing together designer makers from all around Australia


Event Dates
2017
      21st Apr
      22nd Apr
      23rd Apr


George Coates Avenue,
Lithgow Showgrounds
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 1.7K from Cooerwull

Mountain Cruizers 2016 Car Show


The sound of roaring car and bike engines will soon fill the air as vintage, special cars and bikes from across the state make their way to Lithgow Showground for the Charity Car, Bike and Recreational Show.

The event has become one of the largest car shows for the Lithgow area. It is not like any other car show event, where they can be a bit too 'blokey'. Organisers have placed the importance on it being family friendly and welcoming to everyone. In addition to the unique cars and bikes on display, there should be boats, vintage vans as well as trucks.





George Coates Avenue
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 1.8K from Cooerwull

Lithgow Halloween


Lithgow Main Street will be overrun with freaky fiends, ghouls, zombies and loveable fantasy.
The main shopping area will be transformed into a fun-filled pedestrian zone with themed precincts, non-stop entertainment and a community Trick or Treat activity for children.


Event Dates
2017
      28th Oct


Main Street
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 2.6K from Cooerwull

Cooerwull: Travel Tips

Lithgow Visitor Information Centre


Call into the Lithgow Visitor Information Centre for information on the local area. Souvenirs and other merchandise are available for purchase.

Lithgow is a popular stop for visitors heading to Heart of Country NSW, and has a number of fine public and private buildings, reflecting its key place in Australia's industrial history.




1137 Great Western Highway
Lithgow, NSW, 2790

Located 0.7K from Cooerwull

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