If you are looking for something slightly different to do, the Dubbo Regional Library has a phenomenal array of Cordial bottles on display, some dating back to before the first world war.
The bottles were given to the library by a resident who collected the bottles, all manufactured in Dubbo by local families, according to the libraries Local Studies Officer Simone Taylor.
Some brand names, named after Dubbo family manufacturers, which may be familiar to some include Orbell's, Stanwell's and J. Hives and Son.
"Back in the day cordial [soft drink, or carbonated drink] manufacturers were as common as local butchers or bakeries," Ms Taylor said.
"There's an array of different bottles which show different techniques the manufacturers tried to keep the drinks fresh and prevent them from going flat.
"Soft drink was initially created as an alternative drink to hard liquor."
The displays include information regarding the bottle and its manufacturer history.
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