Bathurst Hotel & Accommodation

Bathurst in regional NSW is a historic and cultural regional hub in New South Wales, just 2-3 hours west of Sydney.

The vibrant, regional city boasts all the best aspects of country life fitted with the conveniences and facilities of modern city living.

Whether you're visiting in the winter for the crisp clear air or during the region's warm summers, you'll be delighted to discover that Bathurst is a thriving tourist destination all year round.

Bathurst accommodation is plentiful, whether you are looking to stay in a serviced apartment, bed and breakfast or international hotel chain. A popular spot during the Bathurst 1000, you'll find a range of accommodation regardless of your budget and preferences.

The city is adorned with attractions and architecture brimming with history, cultural facilities. Perhaps best known for the famous Mount Panorama race track which hosts the Bathurst 100 each year, and the growing wine industry, Bathurst is a destination which appeals to travels of all age and interest.

Gateway to the region's former gold rush towns with plentiful colonial buildings and grand old homes situated in stunning heritage architecture. Rich in character and history, Chifley Home in Bathurst is a museum and education centre in the former residence of Prime Minister Ben Chifley and his wife Elizabeth.

A regional hub for motor racing, thousands of visitors flock to Bathurst each year to visit the Mount Panorama race track. Hosting various Australian Prix, for both open motor-cycles and four-wheelers, and several events throughout the year, the city of Bathurst is synonymous with motor racing.

Whether you're here for the races or for the regional delights, you'll surely be charmed by the many things to see and do in Bathurst. While you're in town stop by the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museums or explore the nearby Abercrombie Caves at Trunkey Creek.

Book yourself Bathurst accommodation and stay in the regional gem of the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, renowned for its gold history, friendly locals and sweeping regional views.