The weather was chilly on Sunday morning but the crowds still braced the weather to flock to the Scots All Saints Spring Fair. It was the school's first spring fair since the merge of The Scots School and All Saints' College.
There was food, rides, market stall and music performance, while the Old Bathurstians' Museum was unveiled to the public.
The committee of the Old Bathurstians had restored many education display pieces throughout All Saints' College's 145 year history.
Old Bathurstians' Tim Sargeant said half of the items in the new museum comes from his own personal collection.
"The school is 145 years old, so we've been accumulating memorabilia for 140 years," he said.
"It's taken about 30 man hours to get everything in order now.
"It's absolutely important to preserve our history so we can show the new students that they're part of a proud and long-running history at one of the oldest colleges west of the Blue Mountains."