Nature in Coolamon
Easy walking tracks around Coolamon shire help you discover the abundance of native animals, birds and flora. Don't miss Kindra State Forest and Ganmain's Murumbang Interpretive Walk, where bird-watchers can enjoy spotting up to 200 species of birds.
This friendly, easy-going country town is in the Riverina wheat belt, 40 km north-west of Wagga Wagga. In Coolamon and nearby towns of Ganmain, Ardlethan, Marrar, Matong and Beckom, there are examples of heritage buildings that reflect the flourishing economy between the 1880s and the 1920s. Today, you can explore this fascinating heritage on easy walking tours.
Several historical museums and displays provide an insight into rural life. Don't miss a visit to the Up-To-Date Store, with its unique Lamson Cash Conveyancing System. Other attractions worth visiting include the Coolamon Railway Station, RSL Museum, and Vintage Farm Machinery display.
Monday 5 October 2015
Coolamon Scarecrow Festival Coolamon's Cowabbie Street will
Saturday 10 October 2015
Mirrool Silo Kick Every second Saturday in October, f
Friday 30 October to Sunday 8 November 2015
Capture Coolamon Shire Photography Competition Capture Coolamon Shire Photography
Fly into Narrandera-Leeton Airport
The Narrandera-Leeton Airport is located 10 km southwest from Narrandera’s town centre and 24 km northwest from Leeton’s city centre. Use the taxi services to make the short trips into these towns and explore the Riverina region. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
Regional Express operates regular direct flights to and from Sydney and Griffith. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney to travel into Narrandera and Leeton.
Up To Date Store, Coolamon, Image Riverina Tourism
Cowabbie Street, Coolamon. Image, Riverina Tourism\r\n
Ajanta Cafe, Coolamon. Image Riverina Tourism
Billy Tea advertisment \/ mural, Coolamon. Image Riverina Tourism
The Up-to-date store and museum in Coolamon. Image Riverina Tourism
Main street of Coolamon. Image Paul Foley