Arts, culture and heritage in Temora
Take the Two Foot Tour around 20 historical sites in Temora, a historic gold rush town also known for its huge open-cut mine.
Set in gently undulating hills covered with wheat, Temora is 420 km south-west of Sydney. This charming, close-knit community of Country NSW calls itself the friendliest town in the State. Discover the town's history at the Temora Rural Museum, where you can experience life as it was for early pioneers. Here, you can find the original family home of cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman as well as a replica of the 7.3-kg Mother Shipton gold nugget, vintage agricultural machinery and steam engines.
Take the kids to Temora Aviation Museum to see vintage military aircraft â plan your visit around the weekend when some of these rare planes are taken out for flights. Alternatively, take the Temora Air Show tour.
In nearby Ariah Park, you'll find the 1920s Heritage Village, with its attractive, nostalgic feel. Here, you can marvel at beautiful old architecture and shop for antiques.
Friday 20 November to Saturday 21 November 2015
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Fly into Wagga Wagga Airport
Wagga Wagga Airport is located 11 km from Wagga Wagga’s town centre. Use the taxi services to make the short trip southeast. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
Choose from around 120 flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne weekly. QantasLink operates direct flights to and from Sydney and Regional Express operates direct flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney or Melbourne for travel into Wagga Wagga.
Church in Temora. Image Evoke Photography for Riverina Tourism
Exhibit at Temora Aviation Museum. Image Evoke Photography for Riverina Tourism
Exhibit at Temora Rural Museum. Image Evoke Photography for Riverina Tourism