Bathurst Community Diary

Friday, June 15

Bathurst Winter Festival ice skating tickets are now available from the Bathurst Winter Festival website. The Bathurst Winter Festival will be held from July 7-22. Visit

CWA Day Branch meets on the third Friday each month at 72 Russell Street, Bathurst with a cup of tea from 9.30am and meeting from 10am-noon. Stay for a sandwich and a chat. All ladies welcome to join. Contact Helana, 0438 696 789.

CWA Day Branch Handicraft meets on the second Friday each month at 72 Russell Street, Bathurst from 10am-noon. All ladies welcome. Contact Iris, 6331 5059.

Saturday, June 16

Girl Guides in Bathurst offer life and leadership skills, fun with friends at weekly meets plus camps and outings for girls aged 6.5 to 17 years. Call Kellick, 6337 4161, or email

Bathurst Park Run will be held from 8am at Bicentennial Park on the corner of William and Stanley streets.

Sunday, June 17

Tree Planting Day: Bathurst Regional Council needs your help to plant trees, shrubs and grasses at Hawthornden Creek, Jacques Park, South Bathurst. Contact council’s Recreation Section on 6333 6233 or visit the Sustainable Bathurst Facebook page for more information.

Mini steam trains will be running across from the Adventure Playground in Durham Street from 11am-3pm. Covered shoes must be worn. Tickets: $2. Call 6331 5798.

Art in the Park will be held on River Road and Stephens Lane from 2-4pm. Free. BYO art materials. Call Rachel, 0428 311 534.

Coming Up

A free two-hour motorcycle rider workshop will be held at Blayney Community Centre on Sunday, June 24 at 11am. The session will include details on motorcycle stats, road craft, riding techniques and riding gear. For more information, visit or email

Limekilns Road, between Hughes Street and Marsden Lane, will be temporarily closed to traffic until Friday, June 22 for road and stormwater works. Local traffic can access McBrien Drive from the eastbound direction during the period of the closure.