THE Bush2Bledisloe regional tour travelled through Dubbo, Orange and Bathurst this week.
We take a look at the highlights from the trip.
First stop, Dubbo:
Fans turned out in their thousands to welcome the Australian Wallabies to the Dubbo leg of their Bush2Bledisloe road trip.
Caltex Park was a sea of green and gold as supporters grabbed their opportunity to get up close and personal to their heroes.
In Orange Ben McCalman was happy to be back on his old stomping ground.
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- Logan and Gray take training lessons from time with the Wallabies
What happens when you let a Central Western Daily sports journalist train with the Wallabies? Matt Findlay took to the field during the visit and has been waiting by the phone ever since.
And onto Bathurst:
The rugby union Wallabies started their tour of Bathurst at Mount Panorama on Wednesday.
Six of the players were treated to a tour of the track by Bathurst 1000 winner Russell Ingall and Mark Winterbottom.
The following day Fairfax Media photographers followed the team around Bathurst during their busy schedule. See the photos here.