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Wellington

Wellington was discovered in 1817 by New South Wales Surveyor General John Oxley. The first convict settlement was established in 1823 by Lieutenant Percy Simpson. Wellington was named after the Duke of Wellington who defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. Wellington is the second oldest settlement west of the Blue Mountains, with Bathurst being the first.

The traditional Aboriginal Binjang People of the Wiradjuri Nation is known to have lived in the Wellington Valley for more than 25,000 years. Many of their descendants still live in and around Wellington.

Wellington is the major centre between the Central Western towns of Orange and Dubbo and is four and a half hours drive from Sydney on the Mitchell Highway.

Major attractions in and around Wellington include the Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine, Wellington-Osawano Japanese Gardens, Mt Arthur Reserve, Lake Burrendong and Burrendong Botanic Garden and Arboretum.

Wellington: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Wellington Patchwork and Craft


Wellington Patchwork and Craft sell a range of craft supplies and hold weekly sewing and craft lessons, together with speciality workshops, open to everyone. It is very popular with visitors and locals alike.

Wellington Patchwork and Craft have gift vouchers, craft items, folk art paints, ribbons, books, patterns and other accessories.







146 Percy Street
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 0.2K from Wellington

Cameron Park


The award winning Cameron Park is in the perfect location right in the middle of Wellington's Central Business District. The park is a great spot to enjoy a picnic, laze under the huge leafy trees or enjoy a leisurely stroll through the beautiful gardens. The park has excellent modern playground equipment provided for children of all ages. A highlight is the Suspension Bridge which links Cameron Park to Pioneer Oval and the Sunken Rose Garden.

Cameron Park is also home to a 25 pounder Gun-Howitzer, a Band Rotunda, granite Cenotaph supporting three majestic figures, a cascading fountain, and the Lone Pine grown from a seed from Gallipoli. Cameron Park celebrated its 100th birthday in 2010.




Nanima Crescent,
Corner of Percy Street
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 0.3K from Wellington

Oxley Museum


The John Oxley Museum is a collection of historic artefacts tracing Wellington history from 1830 to present time, containing many photographs and specialty displays.

The museum is housed in the former Bank of NSW building constructed in 1883.

The museum is staffed voluntarily by members of the Wellington Historical Society Incorporated.

Family History enquires are welcome to the Wellington Historical Society.




Warne Street ,
Corner of Percy Street
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 0.5K from Wellington

Cactus Cafe and Gallery


The Cactus Cafe and Gallery displays quality art and crafts in a relaxing and unique setting. It is housed in the former Sacred Heart Infants' School built in 1929-30 and follows the Spanish mission style of architecture popular at that time.

The gallery features over twenty local or home grown artists. There is a wide range of local quality craft for sale and imported Mexican handcrafts, clothing, footwear, jewellery and handbags along with a huge array of local produce and gift ware.

Cactus is licensed enabling you to enjoy a variety of beers and local wines, delicious home cooked food and great coffee while you browse.




33-35 Warne Street
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 0.6K from Wellington

Put the Kettle On


Featuring stylish country home wares and gifts, unique local paintings and garden art, clothing and jewellery. Whether your tastes are traditional, contemporary, bohemian or country you will find something in store which allows you to add your personal imprint on your world.

Not planning to be in Wellington any time soon. No worries, you can shop from the comfort of your own home through their web site.






Lee Street
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 1.2K from Wellington

Wellington: Events

Cinema Under The Stars - Finding Dory


Uniting Youth Services Team are taking "Finding Dory" on the road! They are inviting you to bring along your camp chairs, bean bags and your friends to watch a movie on the big screen. Enjoy the outdoors, popcorn and a relaxing night of entertainment while raising awareness of Youth Homelessness.


Event Dates
2017
      10th Apr


Simpson Street
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 0.3K from Wellington

Wellington Rotary Markets


Join Wellington Rotary for the morning and peruse the array of plants, cakes, food and drink, gift and information stalls. Browse the locally made produce and products from around the local area. New stallholders are always welcome, contact David for more information.


Event Dates
2017
      22nd Apr


Nanima Crescent
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 0.4K from Wellington

Battle Of The Musos


Come along and hear the newest tunes and talent at the "Battle Of The Musos" at the Wellington Bowling Club from 5pm.
Prizes up for grabs for performers, with local music identities judging the acts on the night. This event is a 12 years to 25 years, drug and alcohol free event.


Event Dates
2017
      31st Mar
      31st Mar


Clive Street
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 0.7K from Wellington

PCYC Birthday Celebrations Open Day


The PCYC will be holding an Open Day to celebrate PCYC 80th Birthday. Come down and experience what the Wellington PCYC has to offer. Bring the family and friends and enjoy the free sausage sizzle and birthday cake.


Event Dates
2017
      1st Apr


Gobolion Street
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 1.2K from Wellington

Wellington: Travel Tips

Wellington Visitor Information Centre


The Wellington Visitor Information Centre is located in the beautiful, award winning Cameron Park in the centre of Wellington. The Centre is an accredited Information Centre and was first opened in 1971. The centre has recently moved into the more spacious and adjoining 'old Library'.

The Wellington Visitor Information Centre offers a wide variety of local and regional tourist information along with a range of local produce and souvenirs.

The friendly and experienced staff at the centre can advise visitors on accommodation, things to see and do, where to eat, and are happy to relay the history of Wellington.




Cameron Park,
Nanima Crescent
Wellington, NSW, 2820

Located 0.4K from Wellington

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