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World Heritage Day at the Sydney Royal Easter Show

The Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail is coming to visit the Sydney Royal Easter Show!
Artisans from the Trades Trail will take over the Amphitheatre Lawns to celebrate World Heritage Day. They’ll give you a taste of the annual Bathurst Festival and bring to life some of the trades of yesteryear.

Traditional tradesmen and women will demonstrate a variety of trades from yesteryear – providing a taste of the event to be held in Bathurst in May and highlighting the importance of preserving these trades. They’ll bring to life the fun of the traditional market fair, reminiscent of early Easter Shows.
Exhibits include:
• Traditional Weaving & Spinning
• Wheelwright and Coach Builder
• Stonemason
• Saddle Maker
• Antique Pushbikes
• Whip Maker
• Antique Botanical Printer
• Blacksmith
• Traditional Woodworker
• Cobb & Co Coach

Don’t forget to visit the Heritage Pavilion – open for 12 days of the Sydney Royal Easter Show, showcasing the history of the Show and the Society that runs it.
This year the pavilion travels back in time to the 1870s to relive the fashion, entertainment and exhibits from those early years. We invite you to try your hand at wool classing, kewpie doll making and even sending a telegraph. And there will be dress up opportunities for all!

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Entry fees:
Adults $43, Children $27.00, Concession $33, Family $99.50, Members $34.50 adults, $26.50 concession, $80 family
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We encourage you to use public transport, included in the cost of the ticket