Parramatta Heritage Rides
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Parramatta Heritage Rides open up Parramatta's wealth of hidden heritage, including Australia's 3 oldest buildings (pre-1800!), its oldest cemetery (1790) and much, much more, through a variety of easy, themed bicycle rides with regular stops and commentary. Awarded a Commendation at the Parramatta City Council Heritage Awards, 2013. Come along and discover the fascinating story of Australia's second settlement on this fun history lesson in the classroom of the bicycle!
Parramatta Heritage Rides are operated by Camwest, in association with Bicycle NSW
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Sun 19 Mar, 2017 - Vintage Parramatta
Exploring Parramatta's Vintage Heritage, including St Johns Cemetery (Australia's oldest), Female Factory Precinct, Experiment Farm (site of the first land grant in Australia), Elizabeth Farm (1793), Old Government House (1799) and much, much more!
Sat 22 & Sun 23 Apr, 2017 - Bathurst
Join us up in Bathurst (Wiradjuri country) for the Bathurst Heritage Ride. Bathurst was proclaimed by Lachlan Macquarie in 1815, just over 200 years ago. This ride takes in the sites, scenes and structures that tell the story of Bathurst since then, as well as the Indigenous heritage. It passes Ben Chifley's Cottage, the Railway Station, James Barnet's Courthouse, MacHattie Park, Kelso, and much more! It takes around 3 hours and starts at 9am from the Tourist Information Centre.
Ben Chifley's cottage
Bathurst Railway Station