Narrandera

Narrandera Water Tower Art Trail

Narrandera Water Tower Art Trail

Location: Narrandera 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...
Narrandera-Leeton Airport

Narrandera-Leeton Airport

Location: Irrigation Way Narrandera-Leeton Airport ( IATA: NRA, ICAO: YNAR) services the towns of Leeton and Narrandera as it is located 6.3 kilometres (km) north-west from the Narrandera Town Centre and 18 km south east of the Leeton Town Centre. The terminal...
Wreck of PS Wagga Wagga

Wreck of PS Wagga Wagga

Location: Viewing platform located 2.5km along Lizard Drive (unsealed road) The Paddle Steamer Wagga Wagga was the last operational paddle steamer to ply the Murrumbidgee River.    In September 1858, two South Australian paddle steamers, the Albury and the Lady...
Wiradjuri Honour Wall

Wiradjuri Honour Wall

Location: Maries Bashir Park, Twynam St The Wiradjuri Honour Wall stands in the Marie Bashir Park to honour the people of the Narrungdera Clan who have passed, and the Wiradjuri people of Narrandera Shire. The rammed earth material of the Wiradjuri Honour Wall has...
Town Heritage Walk

Town Heritage Walk

A brief introduction to the buildings that give Narrandera its special charm, a self-guided map can be collected from the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre (Cadell St).
Town Beach

Town Beach

Location: August St Picnic tables available to enjoy fantastic views of the Murrumbidgee river,
Tiger Moth Memorial

Tiger Moth Memorial

Tiger Moth Memorial Location: Cadell St, Narrandera (adjacent to the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre in Marie Bashir Park) The Tiger Moth is the focal point of a memorial for those who trained at Narrandera’s No 8 EFTS (Elementary Flight Training School) during...
Charles Sturt Memorial

Charles Sturt Memorial

Location: Sturt Place The Charles Sturt Memorial commemorates the passing of this place in 1829 by explorer Captain Charles Sturt and his party on their epic journey along the Murrumbidgee River to discover an inland sea. After following the Murrumbidgee River and...
Sandhills Artefacts

Sandhills Artefacts

Location: 16 Bamblett St Hand crafted Aboriginal cultural items. Inspired by his father, an expert craftsman of boomerangs for hunting and throwing, Michael Lyons inherited the skills and patience to perfect the art of making boomerangs and artefacts with earthy...
Rocky Waterhole Bridge

Rocky Waterhole Bridge

Location: Off Old Wagga Road The reinstated Rocky Waterholes Bridge links public reserve areas north and south of the Bundidgerry Creek for visitors and locals to enjoy. The Rocky Waterholes area is a place dear to locals and a popular spot for picnics, fishing,...
Picnic Spots

Picnic Spots

Gather the family or some friends, grab a picnic rug and some delicious local produce and head to some of Narrandera’s great picnic spots: Marie Bashir Park (Cadell St) Lake Talbot Boat Ramp Brewery Flat Town Beach Or head out of town to some other great spots:...
Parkside Cottage Museum

Parkside Cottage Museum

Location: Crn Cadell St and Twynam St The Museum was established in 1968 and has some genuine rarities, 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 in 1816. There is a...
Narrandera Wetlands

Narrandera Wetlands

Location: Lizard Drive Visit the beautiful Narrandera Wetlands situated directly across the road from the Brewery Flat Oval, picnic area and Murrumbidgee River view, and adjacent to the Sturt and Trunk Route memorials. Home to an amazing variety of native birds, the...
Narrandera Rail Bridge

Narrandera Rail Bridge

Location: Augusta St An excellent photo opportunity for all passing through town. Opened in 1885, the Narrandera Rail bridge was part of the line that ran south from Narrandera to Tocumwal on the Victorian border. It was common at the time for bridges to be...
Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve

Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve

Look out for free-ranging kangaroos, koalas, wallabies and an abundance of native birdlife as you traverse the picturesque Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve. The 1.5 hour self-guided walk provides an insight into the conservation status of the local river red gum...
Narrandera Fisheries Centre

Narrandera Fisheries Centre

Location: 64 Buckingbong Road, just off the Sturt Highway on Buckingbong Road Meet “Agro” the Murray Cod and learn about how Fisheries Centre scientists and staff support the native species of the Murray River Catchment at the John Lake Centre. The centre will help...
Narrandera by Night

Narrandera by Night

Location: East St Enjoy sunset each night in East St, when the festoon lights come on and light up the main street from 6pm to 8pm.
Narrandera Art and Community Centre

Narrandera Art and Community Centre

Location: 31 Cadell St The Narrandera Arts and Community Centre enables the Council the opportunity to support a range of artistic and cultural practices, community development and entertainment opportunities. To book this facility, visit the Narrandera Shire Council...
Murrumbigdee River

Murrumbigdee River

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. Some of the best access points to the Murrumbidgee...
Marie Bashir Park

Marie Bashir Park

The Park (formally know as Narrandera Park) was set aside for public recreation on February 16, 1880. Adventure Park Location: Twynam Street The Narrandera adventure and toddler playgrounds are challenging, and loads of fun – often swarmed by children, who love...
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