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Peak Hill Open Cut Experience

Frazer Street, Peak Hill, New South Wales, Australia
+61 2 6869 1981
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very good and intresting place great walking tracks you can walk fully around the mines and they have areas to look fro

you can look out at look out areas that go out to face with rails and nice walk around all of mines... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
postie1956
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Trafalgar, Australia
Visit a huge hole in the ground

This huge open cut mine is a very interesting place to visit. No entry fee to see the mine from the... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2017
Tony W
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Sydney
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Frazer Street, Peak Hill, New South Wales, Australia
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+61 2 6869 1981
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Reviewed 1 week ago

you can look out at look out areas that go out to face with rails and nice walk around all of mines worth a1.5 hour walk more or less depending on time spent looking

Thank postie1956
Reviewed 1 October 2017

This huge open cut mine is a very interesting place to visit. No entry fee to see the mine from the very well maintained boardwalk. Well worth the time to stop and visit.

Thank Tony W
Reviewed 29 September 2017

Our limited research pre-trip from Adelaide to Brisbane meant that we hadn't spent much time looking up the towns along the way or their attractions. On driving through the town we saw the sign to the lookout and made an impulse decision. It was great...More

Thank scottyo34
Reviewed 14 August 2017

It was so easy to see this wonderful man made huge hole in the ground. The history spans over a century. The viewing areas are well looked after and the signage is very informative.

Thank Jill H
Reviewed 8 August 2017

It's a nice easy walk at the back of the shops, although you would never guess it is up there. It costs nothing, and if you want you can walk around the top of the mine if you have a spare hour or so, otherwise...More

Thank wendyNarreWarren
Reviewed 9 July 2017

We stumbled upon the mine as we took a drive around town. Amazing to think it's FREE. A few mine relics, a lookout over the biggest mine, an easy 50 minute walk around the rim and to view the other smaller open cuts, clean toilets...More

Thank justjans
Reviewed 21 June 2017

This is a good walk and great view and free which is unusual for most tourist attractions. Close to town but a steep climb for the elderly.

Thank chrissieMelbourne
Reviewed 12 June 2017

If you travelling through Peak Hill take half hour to visit this old mine. Easy walk around perimeter, if you don't want to walk there is a view point close to car park

Thank Michael M
Reviewed 25 April 2017

We visited here while travelling through to Parkes. The site is easily accessible and has a lookout metres from the car park where you get a great view of the open cut. There are lots of information boards to learn about the history of the...More

Thank Brenda G
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

You don't have to walk far into the potentially snake infested area to see the open cut gold mine and its inky black water 200 feet down. I was grateful that the viewing platform was such a short walk because it was a really hot...More

Thank HeatherSW
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