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  1. City Park

    City Park deserves to be on the must-do list in Griffith. City Park made the Weekend Telegraphs TOP 10 playgrounds in NSW with the tallest climbing frame in the Southern Hemisphere, a fabulous splash pad area (pack the kids togs) and a doub…

  2. Falcon Falls walking track

    Take Falcon Falls walking track for bushwalking past waterfalls and for spectacular woodland birdwatching, including magnificent peregrine falcons during nesting season. A short walk from the Spring Hill picnic area through white cypress p…

  3. Griffith Boat Club

    The Griffith Boat Club is a member run club on the grassy shores of Lake Wyangan. The club boasts its own club house, boat ramp, barbecue facilities, and lush green lawns. The Boat Club hosts a variety of racing - Easter time is time for…

  4. Griffith Centenary Sculptures

    Griffith celebrated 100 years of progress in 2016. The Centenary Celebrations hinged around the 17 day International Sculpture Symposium, which was held during May. Seven of the world's best hard stone sculptors converged on Griffith to tr…

  5. Griffith Italian Museum

    Griffith's Italian heritage is immortalised in the Griffith Italian Museum, which is located within the Pioneer Park Museum grounds. The Museum captures the story of the Italian migrants who moved to Griffith in the early 1900s to make a n…

  6. Griffith Pioneer Park Museum

    Pioneer Park Museum is on open-air museum set on 11 hectares of natural bush land. With more than 40 original and recreated buildings in the collection, the village gives a great impression of life in the early pioneering days. Cottages, a…

  7. Griffith Regional Art Gallery

    The Griffith Regional Art Gallery is part of the refurbished, Griffith Soldiers Memorial Hall Complex, which was built in the 1930's in the art deco style to the design of a local architect Mr A. B. Long. One of Australia's leading regiona…

  8. Hermit's Cave and Lookout

    Hermit's Cave is well worth a visit - perched high on the ridge of Scenic Hill, part of the McPherson Ranges, it offers a fabulous view across irrigated farmland to the Binya Hills and Cocoparra National Park in the distance. The cave was…

  9. Jacks Creek Picnic Area

    Just a short drive from Griffith, Jacks Creek picnic area is a peaceful woodland picnic spot with striking scenery, and is a great place to head to on a day trip. Jacks Creek cuts a gorge through the mountain range, exposing amazing rock …

  10. Jacks Creek walking track

    Jacks Creek walking track gives your bushwalking a twist with the intriguing, varied habitats of Cocoparra National Park. Setting out from Jacks Creek picnic area, you’ll explore a vast gorge, walking through sheltered gullies and along exp…

  11. Lake Wyangan

    A ten minute drive north-west of Griffith will lead you to Lake Wyangan. Lake Wyangan offers a delightful setting for a BYO picnic. Take advantage of the sheltered picnic areas or barbecue facilities that are found throughout the large gr…

  12. Spring Hill Picnic Area

    Enjoy a picnic in a peaceful woodland setting at Spring Hill picnic area in Cocoparra National Park, with scenic views, fantastic birdwatching and an easy walking track. Looking out to the red rocky cliffs of Cocoparra Range, Spring Hill p…

  13. Store Creek Picnic Area

    A popular spot for families and day visitors alike, Store Creek picnic area in Cocoparra National Park offers a barbecue and plenty of places to relax in open woodland. When the heavy rains fall over Cocoparra, Store Creek fills up in a sc…

  14. unWINEd in the Riverina

    unWINEd in the Riverina is a celebration of the Riverina wine region, offering seasonal events and delicious experiences throughout the year. The uWINEd calendar features a range of activities to tempt all palates, including tutored tasti…