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The Narrandera Shire area was originally inhabited by the Wiradjuri Aborigines and the town's name is thought to have been derived from a word meaning 'place of the goanna or lizard', paying homage to the famous local fauna. Enjoy a walk along the banks of the Murrumbidgee River and the picturesque Lake Talbot. An historic walking tour will take you through the town's main attractions, including the Tiger Moth Museum, Royal Mail Hotel and the original courthouse and police station sites.

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Mia Forest Drives Narrandera


The NSW Forestry Commission has established interesting drives throughout the beautiful red gum forest areas.

There are mud maps of the forest drives available from the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre.

Please note that area cannot be traversed during wet conditions, as roads are unsealed and also likely to be flooded.

For more information please visit the Narrandera website.




Mia State Forest
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.3K from Narrandera

Kieslings Lane Heritage Walk


In Kieslings Lane you will find some great heritage pictures and information about Narrandera, located in the middle of the main shopping area. Here you will learn more about how Narrandera was settled and the importance of agriculture to Narrandera.

Storyboards tell of Narrandera's development from frontier town to the rural service town of today.




Kiesling Lane
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.3K from Narrandera

Royal Doulton Hankinson Memorial Fountain


The Hankinson Memorial Fountain is a ceramic fountain created by Royal Doulton. It is located in Narrandera within the Memorial Gardens East Street and Victoria Avenue. There are only two of these fountains known to be in existence, the other one being in Pakistan.

The ceramic Royal Doulton fountain was presented to the people of Narrandera by Ald RH and Mrs Hankinson in 1922 "in honour of all those in Narrandera and District who served in the Great War 1914-1918." The fountain remains a fitting tribute to Mr Hankinson who stands in local history as one of the area's most civic minded citizens.




Corner of East Street and Victoria Square
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.4K from Narrandera

Bundidgerry Walking Track


The Bundidgerry walking track consists of three loops - the Lake Talbot short loop (three kilometres), Lake Talbot loop (seven kilometres) and the Murrumbidgee loop (11 kilometres) and follows a scenic route around Lake Talbot and the majestic Murrumbidgee River.

The track was designed to take advantage of the natural features such as rocky hills, gullies, high river banks, sandy beaches, irrigation channels and in some cases rough vehicular tracks. The round journey is 11 kilometres long and takes about four hours to complete. The track passes across the top end of the local koala regeneration reserve on the river.

Track information is available at the Narrandera Visitors Information Centre.




Lake Talbot,
Gordon Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.5K from Narrandera

Antiques of the Riverina - Antique Trail


The Riverina boasts many fine specialty retail outlets that offer a wide range of quality antiques and collectables. Grab your guide from the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre and spend a fun day exploring the antiques and collectables of the Riverina.

Towns including Narrandera, Coolamon, Matong, Ariah Park, Stockingbingal, Wallendbeen, Gundagai, Wagga Wagga, The Rock, and Culcairn have featured retailers.




26 Cadell Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.5K from Narrandera

Bird Watching Narrandera


Join the many birdwatchers and twitchers who seek out the 200 plus bird species found in this region, and enjoy discovering the varied sites and habitats on offer. Narrandera Shire has 13 informal bird watching sites and a number of state forests. Bird guides, lists, and other information is available at the Narrandera Visitor Informaiton Centre.




Narrandera Vistor Information Centre,
26 Cadell Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.5K from Narrandera

Two-Foot Heritage Walk


The Two-Foot Heritage Walk is a self-guided map that will introduce you to Narrandera's heritage and history as you enjoy over 50 sites and buildings that highlight Narrandera's character and charm. Maps are free and can be obtained from the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre (Cadell Street, Narrandera).

Sites and information along the walk include local residences, school buildings, railway station, bank buildings, fire and ambulance stations, hotel buildings, Council Chambers and churches.




Narrandera Visitor Information Centre,
26 Cadell Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.5K from Narrandera

Narrandera's Big Guitar


Narrandera's Big Playable Guitar is on display at the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre.

The guitar was built in 1988 by Narrandera expatriate, Robert Palmer, to help promote the Country Music Club of Narrandera. Made from plywood and measuring 5.820 by 2.019 metres, the guitar took more than 300 hours to complete. Narrandera's Big Guitar features in several 'Big Things' publications and web sites, and visitors are encouraged to take photos and even try their hand at strumming a tune.




Narrandera Visitor Information Centre,
Newell Highway,
Cadell Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.6K from Narrandera

Tiger Moth Memorial


The Tiger Moth Memorial is of the No. 8 Elementary Flying School.

In August 1940, an air school was established at Narrandera on the site of the present airport by the Royal Australian Air Force. The school was the No. 8 Elementary Flying Training School, where over the next five years during World War II, 3,818 student pilots commenced their elementary flying training on DH82 Tiger Moth Aircraft.

The memorial features a DH82 Tiger Moth Aircraft as used at the training school, a comprehensive collection of model aeroplanes, and a range of photographic and other memorabilia.

Tiger Moth Wings are available for purchase at the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre.




Cadell Street,
Newell Highway
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 0.6K from Narrandera

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