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Whitton

Whitton is located 23 kilometres west of Leeton and was originally a focal point for workers transporting goods and people into the south western areas of New South Wales in the 1850s.

The railway line arrived in 1881 and the railway station became the nucleus of town. Admire the town's historical buildings and visit the Whitton Courthouse Museum.

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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 0.4K from Whitton

Southern Cotton Gin


Southern Cotton operates a state of the art cotton gin in Whitton, New South Wales, in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area.

Southern Cotton, Australia's newest ginning facility, was built and commissioned in the 2012 season and boasts state of the art technology in quality measurement, cleaning, humidification, processing and data traceability. This technology ensure maximum yield and quality potential of lint is achieved.

From when the bales are brought in, cleaned and packed ready to ship out, Southern Cotton's specially-built observation walkways allow visitors to witness these stages first-hand in a safe environment. You could also see their two enormous yellow moon buggies in action!




881 Darlington Point Whitton Road
Whitton, NSW, 2705

Located 9.8K from Whitton

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 15.0K from Whitton

Altina Wildlife Park


This outstanding Altina Wildlife Park has unique personalised tours, accomplished in style via a Horse Drawn Cart furnished with comfortable seats. The open-aired and leisurely feel of the tour will allow you to experience close up encounters with our animals.

Whilst touring the Park that is cradled amongst majestic River Red Gums, observe many splendid native bird and animal species such as Parrots, Emus, Birds of Prey, Kangaroos and Goannas. The highlights of the tour are the exotic animals that roam in large open styled enclosures which are very content to feed near the cart as we stop for a closer look.





Sturt Highway
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 16.7K from Whitton

Toorak Wines


Toorak Winery is a family owned and operated winery, making a range of premium wines, supplying Australian and international markets. It is situated in the heart of the Riverina, in the town of Leeton which is approximately half way between Melbourne and Sydney.

With 40 years of providing quality wine, Toorak Winery brings an exciting range of wines to wine enthusiasts all over the world! The warm summer climate produces wines with rich, ripe aromas and intense varietal fruit characteristics. Home of Willandra Estate, Willandra Leeton Selection, Frank Senior Port and Amesbury Estate Wines.

Exclusive labels, export wines and special releases are available at cellar door sales.




Vineyard 279,
Toorak Road
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 19.2K from Whitton

Whitton: Events

Bidgee Classic Fishing Competition


The annual Bidgee Classic Fishing Competition is held on the Murrumbidgee River at Gogeldrie Weir Park. The competition attracts hundreds of anglers and encourages the catch and release of native species such as Murray Cod and Golden Perch.

Proceeds from the event are used to restock the Murrumbidgee River system with native fingerlings. There are thousands of dollars worth of prizes in many different categories as well as lure casting competitions for the kids, raffles and much more.

Whether you consider yourself an expert angler or a novice, the Bidgee Classic will ensure a great family weekend. Gogeldrie Weir Park is 26 kilometres from Leeton and an ideal picnic area for families with fantastic barbecue facilities, toilets, showers and a kiosk. Camping and on site cabins also available.





Gogeldrie Road
Leeton, NSW, 2705

Located 12.9K from Whitton

Riverina Classic Fishing Competition


The Riverina Classic Fishing Competition and combined Riverside Markets are a major family events weekend run over two days.

The annual Riverina Classic offers over AUD60,000 in prizes and giveaways and has helicopter joy flights, dodgem cars, jumping castles, River Market stalls, kids games, River Train rides, entertainment, food stalls and catering, and heaps more.

Visit the web site for more information and stall holder information.

All proceeds from the Riverina Classic go to charity and to help restock the Murrumbidgee River system with native fingerlings.

The event is organised by the APEX Club and the Darlington Point Riverside Caravan Park.




Narrand Street
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 17.1K from Whitton

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