From Cement to Community: Exploring Kandos' Evolution

Kandos, NSW, Australia
Est. 1.5km / 51 mins

Come and explore the rich history of Kandos on this lovely self-guided walking tour through a town steeped in industrial heritage. The lovely village of Kandos was established around 1913 as a private village to support the largest cement plant in the Southern Hemisphere. Over time, it has evolved into a charming destination offering both history and tranquility.

From Cement to Community: Exploring Kandos' Evolution - Cya On The Road

To start your journey, head to the heart of Kandos – Angus Avenue. Here, you'll find a wonderful mix of old and new, with remnants of its industrial past mingling with modern charm. Follow the itinerary through streets lined with early twentieth-century architecture, a testament to its unique status among Australian towns. You'll hear and learn the stories of Kandos as you stroll past landmarks once vital to the cement industry, now repurposed to serve the community. This self-guided walking tour features 13 heritage buildings and it takes about an hour to complete. But it ultimately depends on your speed and needs.

Whether you're a history buff or just looking for a lovely place to unwind, I'd love to invite you to explore Kandos' fascinating past and vibrant present at your own pace with the help of this audio tour. Let me show you the charm of this 20th-century gem nestled in the beautiful New South Wales countryside.

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