We are waiting for you…come and find us 1st June!

We are waiting for you…come and find us 1st June!

As travel restrictions to regional NSW are lifted from 1st June, Narrandera Tourism is looking forward to welcoming you back to our wonderful region!

If you are planning a trip, call in advance to check availability and confirm bookings before you head out. We remind you to be COVID-safe when visiting, and social distancing measures remain in place.

Visit and experience our natural attractions and experiences, camp along the river or stay at one of our accommodation venues, spot a koala, bike and hike our trails. It is all waiting for you!

Some experiences…..

Our Waterways

The Murrumbidgee River runs between Narrandera and Gillenbah and is home to endangered species Murray Cray, Trout Cod and Murray Cod. The river is bounded by a red gum corridor characteristic of the Riverina region.

Rocky Water Hole area is a popular spot for picnics, fishing, canoeing and camping. A bridge  links public reserve areas north and south of the Bundidgerry Creek for visitors and locals to enjoy. When you are enjoying the great outdoors in the waterway environs you may see a Wallaby, Kangaroo, Koala or Goanna and this place is no exception. Not far from the bridge there is a boat ramp, a simple barbeque and a shelter with tables and seating.

Narrandera Water Tower

Using over 120 litres of paint applied to the murals and river that connects the two artworks, the outcome is an incredible sight to behold.  With the best view across town, visitors and residents are able to head to the water tower and immerse themselves in a visual collection of landmarks, activities, flora and fauna that resonates with our community. The stories behind the design include significant icons for the Narrandera Shire Community with the colours inspired by our local environment including the colours of sunsets viewed from this site.


Narrandera Bike and Hike Experience

A great experience for visitors who love to bike and hike! There are three separate track entry points, take one, or take them all. You are able to tailor your journey to suit your experience and ability. Directional and interpretive signage will guide you throughout the trails. Trails will take you past historic buildings, gorgeous street scapes, koala spotting opportunities, past the Murrumbidgee River, and Lake Talbot, past two picnic areas with toilet facilities and BBQ, Narrandera Wetlands for bird life experience.

Download Bike and Hike map HERE

Day Dream until you can Visit Narrandera Shire again……

Day Dream until you can Visit Narrandera Shire again……

Narrandera Tourism wants to let you know we wish you were here … but, please stay home! 

We can not wait for travellers to return and we would like to share some inspiration and day dreaming images and itineraries that you will be able to discover when the time is right. We will be sharing these on our Facebook and Instagram so follow and day dream with us!

It is important for all of us to follow the direction of the government and all the regulations and restrictions that COVID-19 has made it necessary to create.

It is important to remember you are not alone, we are all in this together and we need to support each other through this slightly unnerving time. Narrandera Tourism is developing new ways of doing business and ways to reach out to everyone. This blog is one way we are trying to stay connected but still social distancing ourselves.

Visit Narrandera Tourism for updates and inspiration for your next holiday when it is safe to travel again.

We know many of our wonderful businesses are adapting to new ways of doing business whether it be home deliveries, online sales or changed operating hours. Follow our Narrandera – Online, Takeaway and Delivery Services Facebook group for updates on what is on offer in the Narrandera Shire. If you are a business please let us know how you are adapting so we can help spread the word in the community via our networks.
There is a lot of information coming from Federal and State Governments in response to the Coronavirus and we strongly encourage you to take advantage of any financial assistance that’s available. Please keep an eye on our industry Newsletter for updates, funding and resource information – you can sign up for this on our Narrandera Tourism website.

While now is not the right time to be travelling, we can encourage visitors back to our region when it’s safe to do so.

Narrandera has amazing natural experiences, our Flora and Fauna Reserve, Koala Regeneration Reserve, the Murrumbidgee River and Lake Talbot just to name a few. Download a copy of our brochure on our Narrandera Tourism site and start day dreaming your itinerary. 

Follow  Narrandera Tourism Facebook or Instagram and keep using our hashtag #lovenarrandera, #visitnarrandera on your content.

Cant wait to have you back!

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