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Mangoplah: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Springview Eco-Farm


Springview Eco-Farm is located in the hills south of Wagga; a unique feature of the property is the four ecosystems with many flora, fauna, and fungi from this region.

Your hosts, Pennie and Alan, enable connections with nature, growing wholesome and chemical-free foods, learning about happy, confident animals, and the native flora, fauna, and geology while growing an abundance of foods for people, animals, and wildlife.

An integral experience when at Springview are the feasts created from locally sourced ingredients, including their own Bush Goddess Paddock Pork. Pennie is an experienced and ethical caterer and is known for her creativity with ingredients and presentations.

Regular events and workshops are held at Springview Eco-Farm on many topics and Pennie and Alan welcome visitors to this beautiful place in Australia.

Groups, international guests, and families are welcome to share this place of sensual experiences and learning through your fingertips.




632 OBriens Creek Road
Big Springs, NSW, 2650

Located 13.4K from Mangoplah

The Henty Man


Located between the towns of Henty and Culcairn on the Olympic Highway, is the Henty Man. This man was originally shaped by an itinerant worker in the early 1930s from a tree burnt out by a swagman's fire. It became a district landmark until it was destroyed by natural elements about 20 years later.

Prior to Henty's Centenary in 1986, it was decided by local identities to restore 'The Man' for that occasion, and this was done with the help of the former Culcairn Shire Council. At the Centenary celebrations, Councillor Hugh McKay dedicated it to the men of the road, who had to walk the length and breadth of Australia during the Great Depression seeking work.

The Henty Man is now an RTA rest area with picnic tables, refuse bins and toilets.




Olympic Highway
Henty, NSW, 2658

Located 24.9K from Mangoplah

Mangoplah: Events

The Rock Markets


The Rock Markets are held in the picturesque main street at The Rock, the markets offer bustling stalls, fine country fare, fresh produce and a great choice of charming gifts. There will also be a town garage sale, with maps available on the day. The popular Devonshire Teas will again be available at Kengal Craft Shop. A great way to spend Sunday!

8am to 1pm






Urana Street
The Rock, NSW, 2655

Located 17.5K from Mangoplah

Taste Riverina Food Festival 2016


Taste Riverina is a collaboration of the region's food producers and other industry champions who inspire people in the Riverina and beyond to eat better food by providing opportunities to celebrate, experience, understand and become advocates for locally produced food.

The Riverina is known for its diverse range of produce, from rice, to citrus, lamb, beef, wheat, canola oil, olive oil, grapes, potatoes and pistachios, so ensure you experience the wide variety on offer throughout October.

The month's calendar will include events all over the region including agricultural tours, cooking classes, food treks, dinners, cafe specials, recipe competitions, local festivals, degustation menus, picnics, and live music.

For a full list of events around the region go to the Taste Riverina Food Festival web site.


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Various Venues
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 18.1K from Mangoplah

Stone the Crows Festival


Stone the Crows Festival is a unique event designed specifically for grey nomads. It doesn't matter what sort of recreational vehicle you travel in, everyone is welcome at the fourth annual Stone the Crows Festival. There are old friends to catch up with and new friends waiting to be made. Day visitors welcome.

Entertainment includes Lucky Starr, Rodney Vincent, Dominos Pizzarotti with Jamie Way, bush poets and balladeers Melanie Hall and Susie Carry, Noel Stallard, John Smith, Jim Haynes and Grant Luhrs. Plus games, woodwork and craft, ukulele tuition, talent quest, trivia, open day markets, gReyVee Awards, and the signature event the Stoning of the Crows.


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ACTA National Shooting Grounds,
74 Tasman Road
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 18.1K from Mangoplah

Henty Machinery Field Days


Henty is a massive outdoor supermarket for leading edge farm machinery showcasing Australia's uniquely engineered technical solutions to the challenges of farming on one of the world's driest continents, with products and services from North America, Europe and other Global Regions.

Sitting in the middle of Australia's agricultural powerhouse, Henty Machinery Field Days target areas encompassing broad acre and specialist farming and grazing in southern New South Wales and Northern Victoria. Henty Machinery Field Days cater to the air of optimism evident in agribusiness farming throughout south-eastern Australia.



Event Dates
2016
      20th Sep
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Cookardinia Rd
Henty, NSW, 2658

Located 20.1K from Mangoplah

Uranquinty Folk Festival


Uranquinty Folk Festival is a small family orientated annual festival, 12 kilometres south of Wagga Wagga on the Olympic Way.

The festival features concerts, workshops, dances, Poets Breakfast, campfire sessions and Kids Festival. Camping is free and you can buy breakfast, lunch and dinner at the festival grounds.

The festival presents a wide variety of music styles traditional and contemporary folk, blues, blue grass and Celtic, bush and rock'n'roll dances. The festival grounds are spacious and children are free to kick the footy, play cricket, fly a kite or attend the Kids Festival.

The big people can enjoy a drink at the Uranquinty Hotel or a coffee at Uranquinty Bakery both are also venues, or attend a concert or workshop or just join in a session around a campfire.


Event Dates
2016
      30th Sep
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Uranquinty Hotel,
Uranquinty Bakery
Uranquinty, NSW, 2652

Located 20.1K from Mangoplah

Walk to d'Feet MND Wagga Wagga


Please come along to the Walk to d'Feet MND Wagga Wagga. The name of this event reflects the hope and inspiration these special days provide for the MND Community.

The Walk will commence at 9am, starting and finishing at the Wagga Wagga Boat Club, Plumpton Road, Wagga Wagga, and walking around Lake Albert. The Walk is approximately 5.5 kilometres and is wheelchair, stroller and dogs on lead friendly. They encourage you to walk and wheel with your family, friends and pooches.


Event Dates
2016
      16th Oct


Plumpton Road
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 23.0K from Mangoplah

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