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Murrami is a small farming village in the Leeton Shire with a population of approximately 200.

Murrami: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Rocking Horse Restorations

Rocking Horse Restorations was born in the middle of a ten year drought, when everything on the farm had dried up. No water meant no crops and no livestock.

To ward off depression, Libby Baily began restoring old wooden rocking horses. Since then many horses have bee restored and returned to their families across Australia to be enjoyed by the next generation. Over 11 years of restoration, the Baileys have put together an extensive collection of old wooden rocking horses and horse toys, some dating back 130 years. These horses have been found far and wide even coming from the UK and the US. All very special horses with their own stories to tell.

Inspection welcome by appointment. They can cater for large coach groups.

Murrami Road
Murrami, NSW, 2705

Located 0.1K from Murrami

Whitton Courthouse and Historical Museum

Whitton Courthouse and Gaol, built in 1890, was last used as a Court of Petty Sessions in 1975. Two years later it was handed over to a Public Committee for redevelopment as a museum. The museum was officially opened in 1988 and has since had unique historic memorabilia and restored buildings such as the restored Railway Station and butcher's shop added to it.

Morning and afternoon teas are available for bus tours.

Gogeldrie Street
Whitton, NSW, 2705

Located 14.9K from Murrami

Fivebough Wetlands

Fivebough Wetlands is two kilometres north-east of Leeton, New South Wales. The wetlands contain a habitat of exceptional quality for water birds, particularly waders. Around 174 different species of bird have been observed at Fivebough to date. The wetlands are Crown reserve for Environmental Protection and Public Recreation (R1030008) and are also Ramsar listed wetlands of international importance. The approximate area of Fivebough Wetlands is 342 hectares.

Call into Leeton Visitors Information Centre prior to visiting to obtain maps and local bird information.

Petersham Road entrance and carpark
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 16.4K from Murrami

Roxy Theatre Leeton

The Roxy in Leeton is an art deco building and was opened in 1930 as a cinema and a stage was added in 1933. The Roxy film screen is one of the largest roll-up mechanised screens in Australia measuring approximately 16 metres wide by 8 metres high.

The Roxy is one of a small number of two level cinemas in New South Wales, and has been classified by the National Trust. In its present role, is a multi-function centre combining concert, live theatre, films and community events with a capacity in excess of 800 seats. Films are screened on Friday and Saturday nights, with matinees during school holidays.

Tours of the Art Deco Theatre are available on request.

114-118 Pine Avenue
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 17.0K from Murrami

Tastes of Leeton

Tastes of Leeton presentation is held 11.30am daily at the Leeton Visitors Information Centre. Visitors will learn about some of the local industries here in Leeton such as citrus, walnuts, and rice. You will get to taste some of the products and also take away a few samples. The presentation takes about 20 minutes and would be of interest to families, travellers, and students. Group bookings are more than welcome.

10 Yanco Avenue
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 17.7K from Murrami

Murrami: Events

Leeton Town Band Outback Band Spectacular

For two days Leeton is host to concerts and performances from some of the best concert and brass bands in the country.

We have previously welcomed the following outstanding bands to the stage: Canberra City Band, Griffith City Band, Riverina Concert Band, City of Wollongong Band, West Wyalong Town Band, Junee Town Band, Yanco Agricultural High School Drum Corps, Liverpool Brass Band, Cootamundra Concert Band Ensemble, Leeton Town Band, Hillston Band, Tumut and District Concert Band, PremiAir V8s, Mostly Blues, Metro Band, Dom and Chrissie, Hoffmann Winds and numerous entertaining street performers and sub-groups.

The festivals host town of Leeton has great shopping, coffee shops, award winning wineries, award winning pies, excellent golf course, dining, art deco heritage builds, churches, museum, art gallery, an enthusiastic Town Band, affordable accommodation.... and lots more.

Event Dates
      4th Nov
      5th Nov
      6th Nov

Pine Avenue
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 16.8K from Murrami

Leeton Sunrice Festival

The Leeton Sunrice Festival is held biennially at Easter during the rice harvest. The
festival celebrates the importance of the rice industry to the community.

The five day event provides entertainment and family activities. Events include Leeton's Longest Lunch, the street parade, Festival on Mountford, Balloon Glow, skate championships, busking and street performers.

Event Dates
      31st Mar

23-25 Chelmsford Place
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 16.9K from Murrami

Leeton Eisteddfod

Leeton Eisteddfod is recognised as one of the most outstanding cultural events in western New South Wales. This event is a showcase of talent in music, ballet, speech and drama, literary, highland and line dancing. Programs are available from Leeton Trophy and Gift Centre, as well as the town's two newsagencies. A wonderful event for the family!

Event Dates
      1st Aug

114 Pine Avenue
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 17.0K from Murrami

Light Up Leeton

Light Up Leeton is a Christmas carnival and community concert which sees local homes and businesses join together to celebrate the festive season. Following the festivities in the park, locals and visitors alike are invited to take a drive to see 200 or more homes lit up in celebration of the season.

Join the fun at Mountford Park to celebrate!

Event Dates
      4th Dec

Church Street,
Mountford Park
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 17.2K from Murrami

Leeton Farmers Market

The Leeton Farmers Market is an authentic farmers market designed by Leeton Shire Council in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Leeton, held on the first Saturday of the month. With a focus on paddock to plate production, the Leeton Farmers Market is all about providing the opportunity for customers to purchase fresh high-quality produce directly from the growers and producers.

Leeton, in the heart of Australia's food bowl is at the centre of the most productive region in the country. It is estimated that each Murrumbidgee Irrigation farmer feeds approximately 600 people annually. You name it they grow it! From rice, fruit, vegetables and wine, to meat, nuts, horticultural and organic produce, Leeton has seriously earned its reputation as a food destination.

Event Dates
      5th Nov
      3rd Dec

Racecourse Road
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 17.6K from Murrami

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