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Aboriginal history-early settlers history-modern progressive town with low rain fall. Visit the aboriginal fisheries - low stone-walled fishtraps in the bed of the Darling River. Shearer's monument -dedicated to out back shearer's, located in front of Shire Building. Extensive landscaping and the inclusion of unusual plants and shrubs have enhanced this beautiful setting.

Brewarrina: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Brewarrina Aboriginal Cultural Centre

A unique complex located overlooking the National and State Heritage listed Fishtraps (estimated at approximately 40 000 years old) these purpose built gunyahs house a history of Aboriginal people and their traditions in this area as well as offering Aboriginal art and craft for sale. This site is run by Brewarrina Business Centre, an Aboriginal co-operative, and staffed by local people who also conduct tours of the Fishtraps and can talk you through Baiame's dreaming - the story of the Fishtraps and how they came to be.

Tours can be booked directly through the Brewarrina Aboriginal Cultural Centre and staff can take group bookings including school excursions.

Bathurst Street,
Corner of Darling Street
Brewarrina, NSW, 2839

Located 0.5K from Brewarrina

The Historic Barwon Bridge

When you drive over the Barwon River Bridge you'll see another imposing steel bridge close by. This structure is famous as one of only two surviving examples remaining of the first series of lift bridges in NSW.

Opened in 1889 it could be raised and lowered to allow the paddle steamers to pass underneath. Located just a few kilometres on the northern side of Brewarrina. For its time, the bridge was a technically sophisticated structure, requiring two men to wind a pulley mechanism to lift the centre of the structure.

Bridge Road
Brewarrina, NSW, 2839

Located 1.6K from Brewarrina

Brewarrina: Events

Bre Big Fish

Held on the June long weekend, the "Bre Big Fish" is become bigger and better every year, attracting over 600 anglers in 2015. The Brewarrina Fishing Club aims to reduce the amount of pest fish such as Carp and restock the Barwon-Darling River with native fish to ensure future generations will continue to catch Cod and Yellow-belly.

Event Dates
      8th Jun
      9th Jun
      10th Jun

50 Bathurst Street
Brewarrina, NSW, 2839

Located 0.3K from Brewarrina

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