Proudly known as the 'friendliest community in NSW', the town of Temora is truly a pleasure to visit. Located in the heart of the NSW agricultural belt; it is a town laden with history and offers an insight into the living conditions of early Australian pioneers.
With over 20,000 people travelling to Temora during the peak of the Gold Rush; the district was proclaimed a gold field on June 4, 1880. With its rich history and bright future, Temora offers a myriad of activities for visitors of any ilk. Whilst here, you can also visit Sir Donald Bradman's original family home and immerse yourself in the history of the greatest batsman in the history of world cricket. There is also a replica of the 7.3kg Mother Shipton gold nugget which is one of the most famous discoveries during the bygone gold rush era.
Plenty of aspiring and established artists call Temora home and their talents are on full display in the local district. Their talents aren't limited to a single field as there are proponents of textiles, woodwork, spinning, doll making and jewellery making.
Once you've gotten your fill of the arts, there is a winery nearby that offers wine tasting on weekends that is an absolutely delightful experience. There are a range of accommodation options in Temora in the form of bed & breakfasts and a camping ground that isn't too far away from town. Its proximity with Wagga Wagga opens up even more options for visitors of this pleasant rural community.