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  1. Whitton Courthouse and Historical Museum

    Whitton Courthouse and Historical Museum

    Whitton Courthouse and Gaol, built in 1890, was last used as a Court of Petty Sessions in 1975. Two years later it was handed over to a Public Committee for redevelopment as a museum. The museum...

  2. McCaughey Bicentennial Park

    McCaughey Bicentennial Park

    McCaughey Bicentennial Park is an original natural spring fed waterhole, which existed as part of North Yanco Station - one of the pastoral holdings owned by the late Sir Samuel McCaughey. The...

  3. Roxy Theatre Leeton

    Roxy Theatre Leeton

    The Roxy in Leeton is an art deco building and was opened in 1930 as a cinema and a stage was added in 1933. The Roxy film screen is one of the largest roll-up mechanised screens in Australia...

  4. Yanco Weir

    Yanco Weir

    The 1929 Yanco Weir is one of the earliest weirs built on the Murrumbidgee River to regulate the flow of water to the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area.

    It was reconstructed in 1980...

  5. Southern Cotton Gin

    Southern Cotton Gin

    Southern Cotton operates a state of the art cotton gin in Whitton, New South Wales, in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area.

    Southern Cotton, Australia's newest ginning facility, was...

  6. Tastes of Leeton

    Tastes of Leeton

    Tastes of Leeton presentation is held 11.30am daily at the Leeton Visitors Information Centre. Visitors will learn about some of the local industries here in Leeton such as citrus, walnuts, and...

  7. Turkey Flat trail

    Turkey Flat trail

    Turkey Flat trail is the ultimate twitchers' trail, taking you through the habitats of countless woodland and wetland birds. The trail begins at Turkey Flat wetlands, close to Leeton. Start with a...

  8. Rocking Horse Restorations

    Rocking Horse Restorations

    Rocking Horse Restorations was born in the middle of a ten year drought, when everything on the farm had dried up. No water meant no crops and no livestock.

    To ward off...

  9. Toorak Wines

    Toorak Wines

    Toorak Winery is a family owned and operated winery, making a range of premium wines, supplying Australian and international markets. It is situated in the heart of the Riverina, in the town of...

  10. Yanco Agricultural High School

    Yanco Agricultural High School

    Within a few hundred metres of the beautiful tree-studded banks of the Murrumbidgee River stands a school made famous by its contribution to the agricultural life of Australia. It has 280 hectares...

  11. Fivebough Wetlands

    Fivebough Wetlands

    Fivebough Swamp 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...

  12. Turkey Flat picnic area and bird hide

    Turkey Flat picnic area and bird hide

    Located on the Murrumbidgee River floodplain, Turkey Flat is a site of global bird conservation importance and listed in the Directory of Important Wetlands. Plus, it's one of only a handful of...

  13. McCaugheys Lagoon

    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...

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