Bathurst will celebrate over 200 years of its rich history, paying homage to the trades and traditions that have helped shape the region, at the fourth annual Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 April.
Rare and ‘lost’ trades and crafts will be showcased over one weekend at Australia’s oldest inland European settlement. Blacksmithing, saddlery, dry stone walling, whip cracking and making, candle wicking, soap making, beekeeping and violin making are among many unique talents being demonstrated by local and visiting artisans.
Rare and lost trades and crafts will be showcased over one weekend at Australia’s oldest inland European settlement. The Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail offers visitors from near and far a cultural and educational experience.
This is a real celebration of the town’s heritage and is an incredible once a year opportunity to discover and learn about historic trades and crafts and their contribution to our modern world.
A full 4 page lift out can be found in this fortnight’s Village Voice