Boundary Road Reserve
The Boundary Road Reserve Landcare Group is made up of a dedicated group of landcare and conservation volunteers who manage the Boundary Road Reserve.
The Reserve is comprised of about 85 hectares of ecologically endangered bushland. It borders on Blayney Road to the north; Boundary Road and the Bathurst Pistol Club to the west, the Blayney Common, Agricultural Farm and CSU to the east and the Archery Club and Hinton Road to the south.
Cox's Road Dreaming
A project by the Greening Bathurst committee which aims to promote a contemporary Australian Dreaming Trail from Emu Ford on the Nepean River at Emu Plains, across the Blue Mountains, through to Bathurst, Australia’s first inland European settlement (1815).
The name of our project draws on the Aboriginal Dreaming tradition. Our project not only tells the story of the building of Cox’s Road aided by two Darug men as part of Cox’s construction party, but also what were the outcomes for Europeans and Aboriginal people. The Country crossed by Cox’s Road included the lands of the Darug, Gundugurra and Wiradyuri peoples. This our contemporary Dreaming story.