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  1. Goulburn River National Park

    With its forest and riverside setting, the Goulburn River National Park offers lots of opportunity for swimming, fishing, hiking and camping.Camping opportunities don’t come any more spectacular than at...

  2. Riverside

    Riverside is located on the banks of the Apsley River within the World Heritage listed Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. Bushwalking, fishing (permit required) and canoeing trips into the surrounding Macleay Gorges...

  3. Wallangreen Sculpture Garden

    Wallangreen Sculpture Garden features over 100 steel sculptures, both thought provoking and fun, made from recycled farm machinery.There is one hectare of grounds with many shady paths. A ‘Dry Stone Wall’...

  4. Goulburn Historic Waterworks

    Step back in time to the 1880s when Goulburn was one of the first regional centres to supply piped drinking water to its residents. The Goulburn Historic Waterworks has remained intact with a pump house and working...

  5. Wolseley Park

    Wolseley Park is located in the central business district of Gunnedah, across the road from the Visitor Information Centre. Wolseley Park has two sets of play equipment, one on Conadilly Street and the other is an...

  6. ODonnell Park at Curlwaa

    O'Donnell Park at Curlwaa is a picturesque park on the banks of the Murray River. It is a scenic place to enjoy a picnic, let the children try out the playground or simply relax from a long drive...

  7. Douglas DC3 Dakota

    The Douglas DC3 Dakota is located in Lions Park on the junction of the Newell and Mid Western Highway's, West Wyalong. Built in 1943 in Oklahoma City, the plane was donated to the West Wyalong Lions Club....

  8. Big River Drive

    If you’re hiking or driving along Big River drive, you’ll get a feel for this wonderful national park. The route meanders through forest and woodland and is a short extension to the Spring Gully drive which begins at...

  9. Warren Golf Club

    Visit the Warren Golf Club on the Oxley Highway and play on a mixture of grass and sand greens. The 18 hole golf course has beautiful vistas of the Gunningbar Creek and outdoor play equipment to keep children...

  10. Clearview Alpacas

    Clearview Alpacas is only five kilometres from the Hume Highway and just 10 kilometres from historic Yass, with its picturesque old hotels and modern motels. Argyle Park has sealed road access to the front gate. The...

  11. Crookwell Wind Farm

    The Crookwell Wind Farm is located five minutes drive from the heart of Crookwell. The wind farm consists of eight wind turbines and was the first grid connected wind farm in Australia when built by Pacific Power in...

  12. Lake Mulwala

    Lake Mulwala is an unforgettable sight with its majestic and ghostly river red gums, and offers a range of activities for visitors and locals alike.Both sides of the lake have attractive foreshores...

  13. Red Chief Memorial

    This is a memorial to Cumbo Gunnerah, the legendary great aboriginal warrior and leader of the Gunn-e-dar people of the Kamilaroi tribe. He was buried in a carved tree in the late 1700s. The tree and his remains were...

  14. Moree Plains Gallery

    Moree Plains Gallery, through the permanent collection, changing exhibitions and diverse public programs, strives to stimulate knowledge and to widen horizons. Their goal is inspired by the far-reaching plains of the...

  15. Zanci Homestead site

    The Zanci Homestead site comprises a range of buildings – some still proudly in their original condition having been refurbished, and some of which are now only ruins. Located along the Mungo Self-guided Drive tour...

  16. Koala Reserve

    Known to locals as Koala Reserve, Narrandera Nature Reserve is part of Murrumbidgee Valley National Park and home to over 200 koalas. It’s a great place for walking and cycling.At Koala reserve, the whole...

  17. Mount Jellore Lookout

    Mount Jellore Lookout is located in the Mount Gibraltar Reserve, Bowral. It is regarded as the finest view on the mountain with the Mittagong-Bowral Road and the Main Southern Railway. In the far distance, the...

  18. Mount Brogden Walking Track

    A real nature-lover’s track, this great half-day walk leads you to the lookout at the top of Mount Brogden.As you set out, take a good look at the surrounding native bushland. It’s predominantly white...

  19. Red Cow Farm

    Red Cow Farm is a unique cool-climate garden set on 2.5 hectares in the picturesque rural village of Sutton Forest. Approximately 1.5 hours from Sydney and Canberra, it is one of the leading gardens in the beautiful...

  20. Orange Tenpin Bowl

    Orange Tenpin Bowl has a great friendly and fun atmosphere. It has light weight bowling balls, ramps and bumper lanes for the kids and cafe facilities available. Open till late; even enjoy disco bowling - lights out,...

  21. Beach to Beach Riverside Walk

    Starting the walk at McLean Beach, follow the path along the banks of the Edward River past magnificent red gum trees and sandy beaches. Head past the hospital, police station, and medical centre to the Ute on the...

  22. Regatta Beach Picnic Area

    For a relaxing family holiday, in one of the state’s newest parks, load up the trailer and head to Yanga National Park within Murrumbidgee Valley National Park. With its vast riverine wetlands, just east of Balranald,...

  23. Peter Minson Art Glass

    Peter Minson is a third generation glass blower. Unique products such as glasses, teapots, flowers, and necklaces can be admired and purchased. Private lessons and workshops can also be arranged.Peter says...

  24. Store Creek Picnic Area

    A popular spot for families and day visitors alike, Store Creek picnic area in Cocoparra National Park offers a barbecue and plenty of places to relax in open woodland.When the heavy rains fall over...

  25. Gundagai Gold Trails

    Gold was identified by the geologist Rev. W. B. Clarke at Gundagai in 1842. A gold rush hit the area in 1858 following further discoveries of gold and mining continued initially until 1875. Following a second gold...

  26. McCaugheys Lagoon

    Named after Sir Samuel McCaughey, an early pioneer of irrigation, McCaugheys Lagoon is a critical part of a long-term wetland rehabilitation project, offering habitat for a wide range of local plants and animals. From...

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