Forbes Cemetery Tour

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.

Forbes Heritage Trail

Designed by the Heritage Committee, this self-guided tour gives you an insight to the rich history of Forbes, through the buildings that adorn the streets of Forbes.

McFeeter’s Motor Museum

Located on the Newell Highway at Forbes NSW is a stunning new facility purpose built for displaying a vast collection of meticulously restored motor cars. Cars range from veterans to custom cars, rare, common and just down right bizarre.

Lake Forbes

Lake Forbes is a body of water that branches of the Lachlan River and meanders through Forbes. The Lake is a valued asset to the community with a 10km of walking and bike lanes. At one end there of the Lake you are able to enjoy water sports with motorised boats.  Canoes and dragon boats [...]

Gum Swamp Bird Hide

The Gum Swamp area is a Wildlife Sanctuary and is an altered wetland.

McFeeters Motor Museum

Located on the Newell Highway, this facility has been purpose built to house a collection of restored Motor Vehicles and Bikes. Open 7 days a week, 9am - 5pm


Forbes is a remarkably elegant and substantial inland town. Famous for its connections with the bushranger, Ben Hall (he was killed and buried near the town), today it is an important rural service centre noted for its fine parks and gardens and its large and gracious public buildings. Forbes offers a great range of attractions [...]