Warrumbungle Area activities

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  1. Crystal Kingdom

    Crystal Kingdom is the home of one of the world's most unique mineral collections, the "Minerals of the Warrumbungles". See the world's rarest and most colourful Zeolite Crystals and learn about how the Coonabarabran area was once home …

  2. Pilliga National Park

    Pilliga Forest is an iconic Australian landscape offering rugged beauty on a grand scale. Explore the trail network by car or on foot, take a guided tour and camp out. One of the iconic landscapes of inland Australia, Pilliga Forest (or som…

  3. Outback Arts Creative Arts Centre

    Outback Arts is a not-for-profit regional arts organisation supporting all things arts and culture across Far Western NSW. The Outback Arts Creative Arts Centre hosts eleven exhibitions each year exploring a broad range of media and styles…

  4. Burbie Canyon walking track

    Avid birdwatchers will love Burbie Canyon walking track, which offers a gentle two kilometre stroll past a creek and through a narrow sandstone gorge. Indeed, the birdlife is so varied here, you can’t help but go birdwatching, trying to spo…

  5. Sandstone Caves Walking Track

    Walk in the footsteps of the Gamilaroi people along the short Sandstone Caves walking track in Pilliga Nature Reserve. You’ll pass through scenic forest to the impressive sandstone hills, with some containing ancient Aboriginal rock engravi…

  6. Pilliga Forest

    Pronounced pilly-gah, Pilliga Forest is an iconic Australian landscape offering rugged beauty on a grand scale. Explore the trail network by car or on foot, take a guided tour and camp out. One of the iconic landscapes of inland Australia…

  7. Breadknife and Grand High Tops Walk

    This iconic Warrumbungle National Park walk is famous for its wildlife and vistas of rugged volcanic landscape. Breadknife and Grand High Tops walk is the jewel in the glistening crown and is must do for bush walkers who love a challenge wi…

  8. Pilliga Pottery

    Pilliga Pottery makes unique earthenware items from local clays. Artist Julie engraves beautiful designs taken from nature and mythology onto the hand thrown items that Johannes creates. You can drop in and see them at work seven days a we…

  9. Talbragar Country Antiques

    You can experience a treasure trove of interesting pieces at Talbragar Country Antiques that are ideal for your home or a gift for someone special. Discover a huge assortment of early authentic Australian furniture, both restored and unre…

  10. Peppermint Tree Cottage Crafts

    Peppermint Tree Cottage Crafts is nestled in the main street of Binnaway. Take time to explore this charming craft shop and book exchange. Here you will find an interesting range of homemade local arts and crafts including hand knitted jump…

  11. King Togees Grave

    If you have a keen interest in Aboriginal history, the grave of King Togee is to be found 29 kilometres west of Coolah on the left-hand side of the Neilrex Road, just past the 'Langdon' homestead. There is a weather-worn sandstone headsto…

  12. Milroy Observatory

    Come and join Donna the Astronomer on an amazing and entertaining journey through the Southern Night Sky at Milroy Observatory. Milroy Observatory is available for public viewing and is open every clear night. Contact Milroy for further det…

  13. Coolah Tops National Park

    Coolah Tops National Park is a playground for walkers and mountain bikers looking for a great cycling and camping experience. Sitting at the junction of the Warrumbungle and Liverpool ranges, Coolah Tops National Park is a beautiful landsc…

  14. Pave the Way to Gular Street Art

    Ten renowned artists throughout Australia visited Gulargambone to create the wildest of make overs. Twelve buildings, one water tower and two footpaths were chosen for wonderful murals including 3D interactive artworks. There was also a co…

  15. Black Stump Rest Area

    Coolah is one of several towns to claim bragging rights as the home of the legendary Black Stump. It was here that the colloquial saying ‘Beyond the Black Stump’, meaning ‘beyond the limits of civilisation,’ is said to have originated. Su…