Explore the stories of past Bathurst residents during a two-hour wander through the Bathurst general cemetery this Saturday.
"Old graves, old stories and old people" at the cemetery will be the theme for this latest wander, which is put on by members of the Bathurst Family History Group, including Ellen Bennetts.
"We're all about the people, so we're going to visit some of the early settlers of the Bathurst region," Ms Bennetts said.
The tour, from 2-4pm, will also visit some of Bathurst's oldest citizens, including the cemetery's 38 centenarians.
Bathurst Family History Group cemetery co-ordinator Graeme Hill said each year the tour visits new graves and some attendees even visit their descendants during the walk.
"There's a lot of elderly and well-known people and even some people who had brushes with bushrangers," Mr Hill said.
Among those buried in the cemetery are Thomas Arkell, who took part in capturing the infamous "Ribbon Gang", and former prime minister Ben Chifley's wife Elizabeth.
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"There are prominent citizens who've been written about in books and newspapers and others who have achieved much just by being old," Mr Hill said.
The day will finish off with an afternoon tea where all funds will go towards the ongoing restorations at the cemetery.
Just some of the cemetery's thousands of stories will be told on the free tour, which can be booked through the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre.