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Corobimilla: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Charles Sturt Memorial

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.

Local lore has it that Sturt marked a tree on the site of this memorial, which is situated at Narrandera on the northern bank of the Murrumbidgee River, just west of the Newell Highway at the entrance to the Narrandera Wetlands.

Lizard Drive
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 11.5K from Corobimilla

Paddle Steamer Wagga Wagga Wreck

The Paddle Steamer Wagga Wagga was the last of the Murrumbidgee paddle steamers. It spent forty years servicing the waterways between Mildura and Wagga Wagga carting timer, wool and provisions. In 1918 it sprang a leak and was run aground on a sandbar and left to rot. Use the viewing platform to see it. Only visible when water levels are low.

Shung Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 16.6K from Corobimilla

Narrandera Rail Bridge

The two-span continuous bridge at Narrandera was designed by John Flower, an eminent British consulting engineer. The design is one commonly seen in British colonies.

Narrandera's Rail Bridge was taken out of service in the 1980s when rail services ceased. The Narrandera Rail Bridge is merited in heritage listings to have significant merit in engineering heritage.

Shung Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 16.8K from Corobimilla

Sandhills Artefacts

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 colours and traditional designs.

A descendant of the Wiradjuri nation, Michael leads cultural tours around his traditional country, teaching about bush foods and survival. Michael also welcomes visitors to his workshop by the river on Bamblett Street, where he beautifully crafts his didgeridoos, boomerangs, coolamons, emu eggs, clap sticks, and other artefacts.

Sandhills Artefacts,
16 Bamblett Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 17.1K from Corobimilla

Narrandera Wetlands

This man made wetland recycles storm water from the town. The aim of the Narrandera Wetlands is to receive the town's stormwater and, through various physical and biological treatment processes, improve the quality of the water entering the Murrumbidgee River, whilst providing a haven for waterbirds and associated flora and fauna.

Lizard Drive
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 17.1K from Corobimilla

Aerial Trunk Route Memorial

Narrandera's Aerial Trunk Route formed part of a telecommunications route that linked cities and towns through Eastern Australia. Constructed in the early 1950s, it was considered by experts at the time to be one of the world's best. Decommissioned in 1987, the remnant pole and lines remain as a memorial.

Sturt Place
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 17.6K from Corobimilla

Antique Corner and Objects De Art

A beautiful historical home named "Yo Merry", is the site of Antique Corner and Objects D'art. Delightfully restored and set in a spacious garden area.

This attraction is ideal for both history lovers and antique enthusiasts. Antique corner is well known for its fine and quality antiques, original oil paintings and objects d'art. Visitors are most welcome.

126 Larmer Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 18.2K from Corobimilla

Corobimilla: Events

Morundah Market Day

Looking for a truly fantastic festive shopping experience?

Visit the Morundah Market Day and pick up some fresh produce including homemade preserves and pickles, fresh bread and fresh fruits and vegetables, home wares, bric-a-brac, sheepskin products, plants, books, woodwork, Manchester, tools, needlecraft, fishing, camping and more.

Try some of the food on offer at the kransky stall or the market day cafe located in the hotel dining room. All of the food sold at the market day is donated or made by the community.

Morundah Market Day is held in and around the Paradise Palladium Theatre on Sunday, December 10 from 9am to 1pm and attracts about 2500 people.

Entry is free. The major raffle is drawn at 1pm on market day, first prize AUD1000 voucher.

For more information or to book a stall, call the Morundah Hotel after 12 noon.

Bring the family along and enjoy a great day at the Morundah Markets.

Event Dates
      10th Dec

66 Browley Street
Morundah, NSW, 2700

Located 12.5K from Corobimilla

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