Classified by the National Trust, Millthorpe has a
number of fine historic buildings, as well as cobbled, bluestone-bordered
streets, art gallery, gift shops, the Golden Memories Museum and two
hotels. A highlight is the former Bank of NSW (now Rosebank Guesthouse)
which dates from 1895. Other buildings include the School Residence
(1876), School of Arts (1897), the Commercial Hotel (1877), Rosebank
Restaurant (1906), St Mark's Anglican Church (1878), St Canice's
Catholic Church, Grand Western Lodge and many more. Also of interest is the Millthorpe Lookout.
Guesthouse accommodation is available at Millthorpe.
A short drive to the west is the hamlet of
Forest Reefs, which was once a thriving gold mining settlement, and
now is an historic centre with several old churches and buildings.
Tourist information is available at The Old Mill Cafe in Pym Street.
In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local
tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local
maps and other information.