SURPRISE
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SURPRISE
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a dozen images, a dozen starting points to launch your Central NSW road trip...

Pick a culture adventure

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Life in minature. Cows, people, little houses, the whole Tarana to Bathurst train line. But where?

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Photographer Carolyn Hide took a road trip via Parkes, Cowra, Carcoar to Oberon and met up with local history and local characters

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Fancy touching a 360 million year old fish? Here's a place you can get hands-on with history.

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All kinds of wild and wacky animals have wandered along the road from Molong to past Yeoval. Fizzy the elephant is one of the stars.

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Cowra POW panels

This site is listed as one of the top heritage sites in NSW, where 231 Japanese and four Australians lost their lives in 1944

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The artists spent a week working with a farmer to gather ideas for these five. interactive sculptures based on silos

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Dame Edna, an emu and host of other Aussie icons parked in a paddock…

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Watch out, a swarm of ants have taken a liking to these books by local sculptor Tim Johnman. But which town are we in?

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The locals endearingly call him 'Bill the Bastard'. One of three major artworks in the region by this acclaimed sculptor, this towering work remembers the horses of WW1.

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Regenerate at Orange Regional Museum

This uplifting and colourful project, developed in collaboration with Orange Regional Gallery, shares the work of more than 2,500 local primary school students.

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Images in his home town by Scott ‘Sauce’ Towney depict the stories of the Wiradjuri constellations

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A team of 17 embroiderers created a ‘visual representation of the essence’ of their community. Where is it?

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