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Kings Parade with Bell Tower, Bathurst, NSW
Australia

King's Parade is a pretty little park opposite the old Bathurst Court House. Many well tended flower beds surround the paths that lead to the 35 bell Carillion which is also the war memorial. It has a Boer war memorial and a plaque to honour George Evans the surveyor of the area in 1813.

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Tags: kings parade; park; bell tower; bathurst; nsw; australia; carillion; george evans; boer war; memorial
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