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  1. Wallaby Walking Track

    This moderately challenging walk in Conimbla National Park runs between Ironbark picnic area and Wallaby picnic area, so you can enjoy a picnic in a lovely and scenic spot if you desire. The walk passes through a range of forest types, feat…

  2. Circa 1935

    Step back in time with a visit to Circa 1935, located in the beautiful Art Deco former Bank of NSW building in the historic village of Greenethorpe. Featuring an upmarket café, two bedroom guest house, gifts, deli / general store goods and…

  3. Cowra Bridge Pylons

    Cowra Bridge Pylons are situated beneath the Lachlan River Bridge and feature aboriginal murals on the pylons. The murals were painted by local aboriginal artist, Kym Freeman and depict the history of the Wiradjuri people who inhabited the …

  4. Cowra Rose Garden

    The Cowra Rose Garden contains approximately 880 bushes of 130 varieties including a bed of the beautiful Cowra Rose. The garden was recommended by Ben Swane of Swane’s Nursery in 1987. He proposed landscaping the then new Visitor Informati…

  5. O'Brien's Hill

    O'Brien's Hill in Grenfell is the site where gold was first discovered in Grenfell in 1866. The site is easily accessible to visitors with car parking, picnic facilities and toilets. There is remnant mining machinery on the site including a…

  6. Patina Gallery

    Patina Gallery, with 105 square metres of unique exhibition space, is a bespoke gallery created by artist Kathleen McCue on a property overlooking the magnificent Weddin Mountain. Gallery features and art works on display showcase Kathlee…

  7. Grenfell Bowling Club

    In addition to first class lawn bowling greens, the Grenfell Bowling Club provides sporting facilities for social and competition games of squash, netball, darts and indoor bowls. The Bistro provides great priced family meals for lunch and…

  8. South West Cafe Grenfell

    Award winning coffee, takeaway food, pizzas and friendly service. Open long hours for your convenience. Located at the end of the Main Street, next to the Caltex Service Station. Come along to the South West Cafe and enjoy local hospital…

  9. Ben Hall's Cave Walking Track

    Ben Hall's Cave walking track takes you through low open forest dominated by black cypress pine and mugga ironbark trees. Heading up the hill behind Ben Hall's campground, you’ll come to a large rock overhang with views, and once there, the…

  10. Sarah Jane Country Craft

    Sarah Jane Country Craft offers a range of quality handmade craft items to give your home a country touch or perhaps provide a perfect gift. They also have a range of craft accessories and kits for those that like to sew. You can find their…

  11. Cowra Regional Art Gallery

    The Cowra Regional Art Gallery was established in September 2000 and is located in a cultural precinct which includes the Cowra Library, the Cowra Civic Centre, the Australian World Peace Bell and the Cowra Shire Council Chambers. The Galle…

  12. Darbys Falls Observatory

    At Darbys Falls Observatory visitors can explore the universe with one of the largest telescopes available to the public, a 500 millimetre Newtonian! Also available are the 400 millimetre, 300 millimetre and 200 millimetre F10 Schmidt-Cass…

  13. The Railway Hotel

    The Railway Hotel is on the corner of Main Street and Grafton Street and is a historic building of great significance in Grenfell. The Railway Hotel staircase was used in the film 1915 starring Sigrid Thornton. The hotel offers personal ser…

  14. Conimbla National Park

    Conimbla National Park is a peaceful nature reserve that promises easy bushwalks, birdwatching and scenic views. It is located near Cowra, Grenfell and Gooloogong. Yambira mountain and its surrounding forested ranges rise nearly 500m above…

  15. Australia's World Peace Bell

    Cowra is the home of Australia's World Peace Bell, located in Civic Square. The Australian World Peace Bell is a replica of the one that stands in the forecourt of the United Nations Headquarters in New York as a reminder of the continual n…

  16. Bertha's Gully Walking Track

    This very scenic walk takes you up through Bertha’s Gully on the western side of the Weddin Mountains. Named after Bertha Seaton of the historic Seaton’s Farm, it leads to a secluded, tranquil spot where you’ll often see waterfalls making t…

  17. Cowra Railway Station

    The Cowra Railway Station is open for visitors on the last Sunday of every month between 9am and 3pm. Take a stroll around the magnificent building that played a key role in Cowra’s railway heritage. Since the first train arrived in 1886 un…

  18. Wallaby picnic area

    his pretty, quiet picnic area in Conimbla National park is located near Wallaby walking track and Ironbark walking track, making it a good spot to have a rest and a bite to eat after a bit of exertion exploring the park. Here, you’ll find …

  19. Happy Inn Chinese

    The Happy Inn Chinese is Grenfell's signature Asian cuisine restaurant. Providing dine in services, it's the ideal place to bring friends and family for a great meal. They also offer takeaway options. Come along and enjoy the menu varie…

  20. Seaton's Farm historic site

    Seaton's Farm is quietly nestled at the base of Berthas Gully, on a scenic pastoral block within Weddin Mountains National Park. Historic farm buildings, machinery and equipment still litter this pretty landscape. The relics demonstrate ho…