Forbes Cemetery Tour Discover the pioneering personalities that are legend in the Central West and Australia
Ben Hall and Kate Kelly are among the colourful characters resting at the Forbes Cemetery. Take a self-guided with the Cemetery Borchure and learn about the strange, the scary, and the folk who settled Forbes.
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The final resting place of the notorious bush ranger Ben Hall and the sister of Ned Kelly, Kate, who tragically drowned in Lake Forbes.
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