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West Wyalong

Your hospitality centre for 'outbacktracking' to untrampled, accessible rivers and lakes, national parkes, fishing and peaceful camping. Consider staying a few days in our region. We're a friendly town and enjoy hosting visitors. We invite you to break your journey here, rest, check your vehicle and equipment, and explore. In town you can walk the 'crooked mile' of our unique main street, originally a bullock track woven around gold diggings and old tree stumps. Also visit the True Blue Mining Poppet Head, Beckett's Pioneer Farm, the Aboriginal Artifacts Shop, the Museum and the award winning Green Corridor walking track leading to the original town of Wyalong with its collection of historic buildings clustered along the Newelll Highway. For memorable day trips, explore our historical bush villages of Tallimba, Weethalle, Barmedman and Mirrool, each offering a special experience in the bush. Visit the village of Ungarie, on the way to Lake Cargelligo, an oasis on the Lachlan River. Following the Lachlan up-stream to Condobolin, you'll find great camping and fishing spots. Closer to West Wyalong is the large adn tranquil Lake Cowal, resting place for migratory birds. To the east, visit the Wedding Mountains which was once a hideaway for bushrangers, and take in the fabulous views of the region or visit the Barmedman mineral pool. To the west, on the way to the Griffith wine district, take time to visit Cocoparra National Park for bushwalking and bird watching. West Wyalong is a very friendly stopover, perfectly located for day trips off the beaten track. We're right on the junction of the Newell and Midwestern highways, a comfortable day's drive from South Australia and Victoria. We offer an excellent range of services for all travellers.

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West Wyalong: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Douglas DC3 Dakota

The Douglas DC3 Dakota is located in Lions Park on the junction of the Newell and Mid Western Highway's, West Wyalong. Built in 1943 in Oklahoma City, the plane was donated to the West Wyalong Lions Club.

The designation 'DC' stands for 'Douglas Commercial'. Production of civil DC-3s ceased in 1942, although military versions were produced until the end of the war in 1945. The DC3 is the world's most successful commercial aircraft with 10,928 examples being built.

Newell Highway
West Wyalong, NSW, 2671

Located 0.5K from West Wyalong

Green Corridor Walking Track

Joining the townships of Wyalong and West Wyalong, the walking/bike track journeys past interesting outdoor art, several parks with barbecue facilities and play equipment and Holland Park Pool. The walking track also takes in the Wetlands and boardwalk.

The cycling/pedestrian track called the Green Corridor Walking and Cycling Track starts at the Junk Art Sculpture on the highway side of McCann Park and heads east to Wyalong. It is 4.4 kilometres long. The course is marked by clusters of poles, painted by school children, the elderly and Aboriginal members of the community. It takes in Barnado Park, Holland Park, Northcott Street Park, Cooinda Bushland Reserve and some unusual artworks.

Newell Highway
West Wyalong, NSW, 2671

Located 0.8K from West Wyalong

Wheatleys Wares

Wheatleys Wares offer a great range of items including antiques, collectables, bric-a-brac, blokey things, as well as cement garden items, jewellery, and of course, their delightful pure eucalyptus oil.

They look forward to seeing you at their shed, located on the main highway between Wyalong and West Wyalong. Come and have a browse through!

206 Neeld Street
West Wyalong, NSW, 2671

Located 2.0K from West Wyalong

Exclusive Hot Glass Gallery

Exclusive Hot Glass specialises in creating one of a kind, hand made glass art pieces, including plates, platters, bowls, vases, and jewellery.

Glass Artist, Elaine Marshall, originally commenced lead-lighting as a hobby which developed into a business. Over the years, a passion developed for art glass. Elaine's interests expanded into fusing and slumping glass and jewellery making, using the amazing dichroic glass. To see the full range of Elaine's products and works of art, why not plan a trip to Wyalong.

64 Neeld Street
Wyalong, NSW, 2671

Located 3.5K from West Wyalong

Wyalong Museum

The Bland District Historical Society's Museum is located in the Old Courthouse in Wyalong. It presents a broad spectrum of exhibits illustrating the growth of the town and district over the past century. Come and view the displays of the historic Court Room as it was in 1900, war memorabilia from both World Wars, farm and mining displays.

69 Neeld Street
Wyalong, NSW, 2671

Located 3.5K from West Wyalong

West Wyalong Visitor Information Centre

The West Wyalong Visitor Information Centre is in the library at the Bland Shire Council Chambers.

There you will find brochures, and information about local events and attractions.

The twin towns of Wyalong and West Wyalong retain a feel of the bygone gold era, with many historic buildings, old-style shop facades and wrought iron verandas.

Bland Shire Council,
6 Shire Street
West Wyalong, NSW, 2671

Located 7.7K from West Wyalong

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