The Lithgow region has a booming community of artists and creatives. The area was an early pastoral area and then the key industrial town of New South Wales.Take a tour around Lithgow and explore the heritage and arts.
In the heart of Lithgow, the Gang Gang Gallery has fast-become a local institution for art of the region. Check out an exhibition while you are in town and explore the work of an exciting crop of local talent.
Visit State Mine Heritage Park and Blast Furnace Park for an insight into the proud industrial heritage of Lithgow.
Visit the former cement works in nearby Portland, now called The Foundations. It hosts a variety of exciting exhibitions and events featuring local art, music and produced goods. Make sure you get a photo with the huge murals on the famous silos on-site.
Explore the colonial architecture of the town and the region. Go on a driving tour of Lithgow, Portland, Hartley Vale and Rydal to be wowed by the unique and historical buildings of the Central West.
Get lost in a real life ghost town at the Glen Davis Ruins. Once a booming industrial town, it is now deserted providing an insight into a time gone by.