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Sandigo: Where To Go / Sightseeing

John Lake Centre - Narrandera Fisheries Centre

The John Lake Centre features an aquarium with many fish species of the Murray Darling system in particular the icon of the river system, the mighty Murray Cod.

Have a close encounter with native and endangered bred species of the Murray Darling river system, as well as other interesting locals such as the Murray Cray, the Long Neck Turtle and the endangered Trout Cod and Purple Spotted Gudgeon.

The theatrette presents a video on the centres research into endangered and threatened species, it provides visitors with a better understanding about conservation and breeding of native fish species and while observing the spawning and breeding techniques.

Feed the fish with a bag of pellets and see the fish rise.

Visitors can make the most of their trip with a picnic on the beautiful lawns, free barbecues and toilets facilities.

Wheelchair access available to all areas of the centre.

64 Buckingbong Road
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 16.2K from Sandigo

Rocky Waterhole Bridge

The reinstated Rocky Waterholes Bridge links Public Reserve areas north and south of the Bundidgerry Creek for visitors and locals to enjoy. It is a popular spot for picnics, fishing and camping or just to wander and relax. When you are enjoying the great outdoors you may see a koala or two as this is a popular spot for the koalas

Old Wagga Road
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 18.4K from Sandigo

Koala Spotting Regeneration Reserve

Experience the excitement of finding a koala in its natural habitat! Visitors and locals can enjoy a picturesque walk to 'spot the koalas' along the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, the canal as well as through Narrandera's Flora and Fauna Reserve. The latter site has been specially designated as the home of the successful koala regeneration project.

Narrandera Koala Regeneration Reserve,
Lake Drive
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 18.8K from Sandigo

Lake Talbot Swimming Complex

Visitors say 'wow!' when they encounter Narrandera's Lake Talbot Aquatic Park.

Open from October through to Easter with three pool areas, the thrilling Rampage and giant water slides, barbecue and picnic facilities, all set in an amphitheatre of lawns and gorgeous shade trees.

The Aquatic Park meets Lake Talbot - a popular spot to ski, canoe, throw in a fishing line, or just relax under one of the magnificent river red gums.

Lake Drive
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 19.1K from Sandigo

Lake Talbot and Lake Talbot Lookout

The Lake Talbot Lookout provides a scenic view of Lake Talbot, the main irrigation canal, and the surrounding nature reserve. Walking tracks commence from the lookout and continue around the lake. Lake Talbot itself is an artificial lake, located only 1.5 kilometres from the town centre, which is ideal for boating, canoeing and water skiing. The lake adjoins the Lake Talbot swimming complex and Lake Talbot Caravan Park.

Lake Talbot is the scene, from time to time, of the Australian and NSW skiing titles. Each January the NSW water ski association holds the Zone 5 Championships on the lake which is especially suitable for water skiing. The trailing willows break the turbulence caused by boat and skier.

Broad Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 19.2K from Sandigo

Sturt Memorial

Captain Charles Sturt's passage through Narrandera on 12 December 1829 is recorded on a memorial where the explorer's party passed on their epic journey along the Murrumbidgee River.

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 19.3K from Sandigo

Murrumbidgee River And Fresh Water Beaches

The Murrumbidgee River and surrounding natural bushland area is an ideal area for swimming, with three natural beaches and facilities for fishing and basic camping.

The Murrumbidgee River runs through Narrandera and is home to endangered species Murray cray, trout cod and Murray cod. The river is bound by a red gum corridor characteristic of the Riverina Region. A bushland area on the river banks features walking tracks and a koala regeneration centre, which is a reserve area for the breeding of koalas.

Newell Highway
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 19.3K from Sandigo

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 19.4K from Sandigo

Sandigo: Events

Riverina Rush MultiSport Weekend

The Riverina Rush MultiSport Weekend is a weekend of sporting events including a long distance open water swim, long-distance run, and triathlon events.

This is the only inland Open Water Swim conducted in NSW. Register online through the website.

East Street
Narrandera, NSW, 2700

Located 19.1K from Sandigo

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