For two select dates throughout the school holidays, members of the Bathurst community will have the rare opportunity to tour an iconic landmark.
All Saints Cathedral bell ringer Simon Coomans has made two dates available during the Bathurst Winter Festival for the community to book a tour of the venue's bell tower.
The hour-long tours will take place on the next two Wednesdays [July 10 and 17], starting from 12 noon.
Mr Coomans said the tour provides a unique look at the city of Bathurst.
"The view is the greatest thing people will take away from it because when you reach the top of the tower, you're greeted with a magnificent view of the Bathurst CBD," he said.
"I encourage everyone to come with their cameras and phones at the ready, because it's a great place for an Instagram post."
Mr Coomans said the tour also invites attendees to gain a deeper insight into the art of bell ringing.
"There's quite a unique process involved in ringing bells, as it requires great care and precision to execute effectively," he said.
"The heaviest bell in this tower is 600 kilograms, so they can cause significant strain on your body when rung improperly."
The tour will include a demonstration of the correct bell ringing process.
Mr Coomans belongs to the Society of Bathurst Bell Ringers, a group dedicated to maintaining the sound of the bells.
The tour costs $5 per person and bookings can be made at the cathedral's Parish Office between 9am and 1pm daily.