Historical Buildings

Heritage Sites

Wreck of the PS Wagga WaggaWreck of the PS Wagga Wagga

Location: Lizard Dr

Once a busy paddle steamer transporting goods up and down the Murrumbidgee River, the Paddle Steamer Wagga Wagga now lies as a wreck in the river bed, and can be seen when the river is at a low level. A viewing platform is located approx 2.5kms along Lizard Drive.  Follow the unsealed road and continue through gateway opening.

Historic Cemetery Site and Walk

Location: Douglas St

The original Narrandera Cemetery is found within the grounds of the Narrandera Forestry Centre. The small graveyard contains the remains of Narrandera’s first “doctor” Dr Trollope and was part of the original Narrandera Run, owned by the ruthless Edward Flood. Learn more about both these characters at the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre. Pick up the ‘mud map’ and take a self-guided tour of Narrandera Cemetery. Read of wartime tragedy, conquering landowners and murder victims.

Parkside Cottage Museum

Parkside Cottage Museum

Location: Crn Cadell and Twynam St

The Museum houses some very significant items, each telling a story of Australia. Of note is the MacArthur Cloak which is made from early Merino wool produced in Australia by the MacArthurs. Early Riverboat trade on the Murrumbidgee is represented by the navigation maps of Captain T Bynon.

Opening Hours: Mon and Tues 2pm to 5pm and Wed to Sun 11am to 5pm
Entry: Adult $2 Seniors $1 Children .50c.
Phone: (02) 6959 1372


Kiesling's Lane

Kiesling’s Lane Heritage Wall

This is a short pedestrian laneway in the main street just off the raised pedestrian crossing near the pharmacy. The story of Narrandera’s development is told on a series of storyboards and images on the wall.


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