Wattle Flat

  • Originally a farming area and located 34 kilometres north of Bathurst, Wattle Flat became a thriving gold town in 1855, when gold was discovered in the area. The population soared during this time to some 40,000 miners. The town was centred around five hotels, two stores, two schools, a Church of England and a Catholic church. Today Wattle Flat is a beautiful country village with distinguished old huts and cottages as well as many historic mines and diggings. Sensational flora and fauna are features of the area with comfortable accommodation all within a stone’s throw. This rustic rumbling village’s main

  • Ryder Homestead
    Ryder Homestead

    Ryder Homestead offers two accommodation options. The Homestead is fully self-contained, has an open fire,

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