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  1. Wiradjuri Honour Wall

    The Wiradjuri Honour Wall stands to honour the people of the Narrungdera Clan who have passed, and the Wiradjuri people of Narrandera Shire. The rammed earth material of the Wiradjuri Honour Wall has been used to signify the natural earth …

  2. Buckingbong Reserve

    Buckingbong Reserve is located seven kilometres along Buckingbong Road from the Sturt Highway and offers free camping for travellers. There's a boat ramp with access to the Murrumbidgee River, picnic tables and shelter, plenty of shade and…

  3. Berembed Weir

    Berembed Weir is an idyllic spot for shore-based fishing and camping along the Murrumbidgee River. Located 18 kilometres south-east of Grong Grong, off the Old Wagga Road. Here you can also see the off-take for diverting irrigation water …

  4. Sandhills Artefacts

    Inspired by his father, an expert craftsman of boomerangs for hunting and throwing, Michael Lyons inherited the skills and patience to perfect the art of making boomerangs and artefacts with earthy colours and traditional designs. A des…

  5. Rocky Waterholes

    The reinstated Rocky Waterholes Bridge links public reserve areas north and south of the Bundidgerry Creek for visitors and locals to enjoy. The Rocky Waterholes area is a place dear to locals and a popular spot for picnics, fishing, canoei…

  6. Lake Talbot

    Lake Talbot is an artificial lake, located only 1.5 kilometres from the town centre, which is ideal for boating, canoeing and water skiing. The lake adjoins the Lake Talbot swimming complex and Lake Talbot Caravan Park. Lake Talbot was fo…

  7. Mia Forest Drives Narrandera

    The NSW Forestry Commission has established interesting drives throughout the beautiful red gum forest areas. There are mud maps of the forest drives available from the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre. Please note that area ca…

  8. Antique Corner and Objects De Art

    A beautiful historical home named "Yo Merry", is the site of Antique Corner and Objects D'art. Delightfully restored and set in a spacious garden area. This attraction is ideal for both history lovers and antique enthusiasts. Antique c…

  9. Brewery Flat

    The red brick tower of the former Oakbank Brewery is a distinctive and prominent Narrandera landmark that stands ninety feet high beside the Murrumbidgee River, just off the Newell Highway. The tower represents an industry that had its hey…

  10. The Big Fig Tree

    It's almost 200 years old and an amazing specimen of a tree, though not native to this part of Australia. No one is quite sure how it got there, as fig trees are not native to this part of Australia. It is well worth a look, and locate…

  11. Tallimba Hotel

    Tallimba is a town in the Bland Shire, 34 kilometres from West Wyalong. The Tallimba Hotel offers accommodation and five powered caravan sites, clean amenities including toilets, a laundry, and showers for guests. The Tallimba Hote…

  12. Saltbush Bill

    Saltbush Bill accompanies the Barellan Museum sign. He is a cartoon character created by Eric Jolliffe depicting a sheep drover with a whip in hand and best mate at foot. Country people over the years have suffered heartbreak in many form…

  13. Narrandera Bowling Club

    One of the friendly places to have a meal in town. Bistro meals available Thursday to Sunday from 6pm. Bowling greens open Monday to Friday from noon and Weekends from 9am. Courtesy bus available, ATM, Keno, happy hour, as well as meeting a…

  14. Evonne Goolagong-Cawley Wall

    In 1956, across the back lane from the Goolagong home, the Barellan War Memorial tennis Club was built. The practice wall, where Evonne Goolagong-Cawley would spend hours hitting a ball with a small homemade wooden bat, still stands. Bring…