Centennial Parklands was dedicated by Sir Henry Parkes as a public open space in 1888 and was the venue for the inauguration of Federation in 1901. Centennial Parklands includes the Federation Pavilion monument, Moore Park, Queens Park, and Centennial Park.
Convict Trail a history of the convicts who worked on the Great North Road between 1826 and 1836. The trail can be explored via self-guided driving, cycling, or walking tours. Membership to the Convict Trail Project is available.
Historic Houses Trust of NSW information on the events, collections, and key historical buildings that the Trust is responsible for within NSW. Buildings include The Mint, Hyde Park Barracks Museum, Justice and Police Museum, Museum of Sydney, and Vaucluse House.
History Hill Museum devoted to Australia's gold rush heritage, it is located in Hill End, which is near Bathurst in the Central Tablelands.
Mary Mackillop Place features the Mary MacKillop Memorial Chapel where the Tomb of Blessed Mary MacKillop is located and which can be visited by the public, a Museum
celebrating her life, work, and spirituality, as well as facilities for education, accommodation, and venues for retreats or conferences.
Werris Creek Railway Station is located midway between Tamworth and Willow Tree, and includes the Australian Railway Monument, which commemorates the Australian Railway men and women who were killed while on duty.