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  1. Tara Cave Walk

    The Tara Cave Walk offers an opportunity to gain a valuable insight into the rich Aboriginal culture of the Warrumbungle region, and an understanding of the original inhabitants of this area, the Gamilaraay people (also known as Gamilaroi a…

  2. Warrumbungle Observatory

    The 90 minute show at the Warrumbungle Observatory includes an astronomy presentation while sitting under the stars and looking through telescopes at the planets, stars and galaxies. Learn how to navigate around the night sky, observe thro…

  3. 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…

  4. 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…

  5. 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 …

  6. 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…

  7. 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…

  8. The Old Gallery

    Three women collaborating their creativity and skills in one very beautiful space. Come watch the Gallery’s artist in residence, Sue Munoz, creating new pieces. Sue takes on commissions, hosts painting workshops once a month on a Saturday…

  9. Woodpecker Gun

    The Woodpecker Gun is a War Memorial to those who served in the Second World War. The Japanese Machine Gun, which is at the front of the Memorial Swimming Pool, adjacent to the Coonabarabran Visitor Information Centre, was captured on Augus…

  10. Whitegum lookout

    Spectacular views of the volcanic landscape of Warrumbungle National Park await you at Whitegum lookout. Be sure to take a hamper or thermos flask with you, there are picnic tables where you can enjoy a picnic or cuppa while taking in the v…

  11. Siding Spring Observatory

    Siding Spring Observatory is Australia's premier optical astronomical research facility. Located 27 kilometres west of Coonabarabran on the edge of the Warrumbungle National Park, it is home of Australia's largest optical telescopes, includ…