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  1. Bob's Shed

    Take a stroll down Memory Lane in Bob's Shed where you can find an old time General Store stocked with authentic 40s and 50s items, admire the collection of historic pub items in the Railway Hotel and visit Peter...

  2. Moama Five Mile picnic area

    Set on the banks of the beautiful Murray River in Murray Valley Regional Park, adjacent to Murray Valley National Park, Five Mile picnic area is the perfect place for a relaxing riverside picnic or a day of water...

  3. Coombadjha Nature Stroll

    Whether you’re picnicking, camping or just passing by, the Coombadjha nature stroll is a Washpool National Park must-do.From Coachwood Picnic Area, the 400 metre bitumen track takes you through World...

  4. Red Top lookout and boardwalk

    Mungo is one of a handful of places where you can see the extraordinary effects of erosion on the landscape. Red Top lookout and boardwalk is an unbeatable vantage point, offering bird's eye views of the park's...

  5. Curators Collective

    With a styling career spanning over 11years - fashion and interior styling has been a life long love and passion for curator and stylist Carlie Oates.Working along side renowned photographers, artists and...

  6. Milroy Observatory

    Milroy Observatory is home to the largest telescope in Australia that is available for public viewing. Learn about the history of this amazing 40 inch telescope as well as gazing through the telescope into the dark...

  7. Fivebough Wetlands

    Fivebough Wetlands is two kilometres north-east of Leeton, New South Wales. The wetlands contain a habitat of exceptional quality for water birds, particularly waders. Around 174 different species of bird have been...

  8. Wagga Wagga Rail Heritage Museum

    The Wagga Wagga Rail Heritage Association was formed in 2008 as a group of Riverina rail enthusiasts aiming to preserve the railway heritage equipment, historic records and heritage assets of the Riverina region and...

  9. Dales Mini Museum Henty

    Dales Cellar Mini Museum is a collection of trash and treasure memorabilia of the past including Henty's Manual Telephone Exchange, the first 'ambulance' a two wheeled stretcher, cash registers, jugs, irons, toasters,...

  10. Gardenalia Open Garden

    Gardenalia is located in Robertson, the green heart of the Southern Highlands, on over an acre of land, and is a very different and eclectic garden. Gardenalia features containerised gardening, showcasing...

  11. Athol Gardens

    Athol Gardens is a unique function and reception centre in a 350 acre estate near Blayney in the picturesque Central Tablelands of NSW. Specialising in wedding ceremonies and receptions and celebratory functions, it...

  12. Lions Park Howlong

    Lions park Howlong is wrapped around the Murray River with a beautiful sandy beach for swimming, barbecue areas to enjoy a picnic under the gum trees and a children's play area.Take a walk along the River tracks...

  13. Cottan-Bimbang National Park

    Cottan-Bimbang is a perfect destination for car touring, turning the Oxley Highway into its own attraction, with additional driving routes and barbecues on offer too.Cottan-Bimbang National Park is a driver...

  14. McCrossin's Mill Museum

    Built in 1870, McCrossin's Mill is a lovingly restored three storey flour mill which now houses a multi-award winning museum, gallery and function centre. Many locals once believed the "Old Mill" to be haunted. Now it...

  15. Main Range Orchard

    Main Range Orchard is a family owned and operated cherry orchard and packing facility. Guided Tours and "Pick Your Own" experiences are available - Bus and Coach Enquiries Recommended. Fresh Tree Ripened Cherries. At...

  16. Orange Tenpin Bowl

    Orange Tenpin is a fantastic new look Tenpin Bowling Centre. They think one of the best in Australia. All up to date equipment supplied including light weight bowling balls, ramps and bumper lanes for the kids....

  17. Freedom Flights

    Experience flight like never before around the Tamworth district, as you soar with the birds in one of the world's most manoeuvrable aircraft. These ingeniously designed aeroplanes are manufactured...

  18. Henry Lawson Centre

    The Henry Lawson Centre is housed in the Salvation Army Hall built in 1922, the year of Lawson's death. The exhibition "A Walk through Lawson's Life" illustrates many facets of an incredible period in the development...

  19. The Murrumbidgee River

    Narrandera hugs the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, home to endangered fish and aquatic species including the Murray cray, the trout cod and the Murray cod. The river plays host to all manner of activity - from water...

  20. Moree Skate Park

    Directly to the west from Kirkby Park lies the Moree Skate Park which has been purpose-built for the enjoyment of skaters and BMX riders of all ages and levels of ability. Equipment within the area includes a...

  21. Cecil Hoskins Picnic Area

    Cecil Hoskins picnic area, near Moss Vale, is located beside Wingecarribee River in Cecil Hoskins Nature Reserve. It’s an ideal spot for birdwatching, picnicking and having a barbecue.Great things come in...

  22. Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

    The Goulburn Regional Art Gallery is now over 30 years old. During this period it has curated and presented a rich diversity of exhibitions and public programs and toured its exhibitions throughout Australia....

  23. Threlfall Walking Track

    When it’s time to embrace the great outdoors, Threlfall walking track in Gara Gorge in the northern section of Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, is the breath of fresh air you crave. This medium length track traces the...

  24. Cook Park

    The area of open space was reserved in 1845, the park was proclaimed in 1873 and in 1882, was officially named in honour of Captain James Cook. Cook Park embodies the changing colours of Orange....

  25. Wiradjuri Honour Wall

    The Wiradjuri Honour Wall stands to honour the people of the Narrungdera Clan who have passed, and the Wiradjuri people of Narrandera Shire.The rammed earth material of the Wiradjuri Honour Wall has been...

  26. Balranald Heritage Trail

    Various early explorers - including John Oxley in 1817, Charles Sturt in 1830 and Sir Thomas Mitchell in 1836 - visited the area. It was Mitchell's enthusiastic comments about the quality of the land in the region...

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