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The Condobolin Railway Museum

The Condobolin Railway Museum at Madline Street Condobolin is a must see for train buffs. It houses a diverse collection of old trikes, trailers and railway items as well as other pieces including old motors and horse drawn machinery donated by local people.

Visitors to the museum are most welcome. Ask the staff at Western Plains Regional Development Centre or call them to arrange a visit.

Madline Street
Condobolin, NSW, 2877

Located 19.8K from Derriwong

The Lachlander Museum

The Lachlander Museum was established in 1895 and were printing their newspaper on one of the last operational hot metal printing presses in Australia up until January 2004.

All of the equipment previously used has been kept complete and is available for inspection by appointment at the Lachlander Museum. Machinery includes three presses and two intertype machines.

To make an appointment please phone the friendly staff at The Lachlander on the number provided.

46 Bathurst Street
Condobolin, NSW, 2877

Located 20.2K from Derriwong

The Wiradjuri Study Centre

The Wiradjuri Study Centre was constructed with the express purpose of promoting the study and understanding of Wiradjuri culture.

The centre offers a local hub for training, development and employment, cultural appreciation, cultural awareness and heritage issues, a keeping place and a space to yarn up.

Local Indigenous art and products are available for purchase.

You are welcome to visit this centre by appointment, please phone.

Corner Cunningham Street and McDonnell Street,
The Wiradjuri Study Centre
Condobolin, NSW, 2877

Located 20.4K from Derriwong

Gum Bend Lake

Enjoy Gum Bend Lake, a man made lake three kilometres from Condobolin and when full is 1.75 metres deep.

Opened on 22 October 1988, Gum Bend Lake was a project to commemorate Australia's bicentenary and was jointly funded by the NSW Bicentennial Council, the people of Condobolin and the Lachlan Shire Council. The Gum Bend Lake extension was opened on 20 May 1990, to commemorate the centenary of Local Government in Condobolin.

Gum Bend Lake is ideal for water skiing and also proves popular with bird watchers and for fishing on the nearby Lachlan River. Facilities include picnic tables, free barbecues, playground, toilet and shower facilities and a large rest area to the east of the Lake to take a break and enjoy. To visit Gum Bend Lake travel west on Bathurst Street.

Gum Bend Lake Road
Condobolin, NSW, 2877

Located 23.6K from Derriwong

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