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Ariah Park

Situated just 20 minutes west of Temora at the intersection of the Burley Griffin way and Mary Gilmore Way. Ariah Park, known as the town of 'Wowsers Bowsers and Peppercorn Trees ムis a quaint little village that has the same look and feel as it did back in the 1920's. The relaxed pace of 'Ariah Park Time' offers the traveller a welcome respite from the pressures of the daily round. The wide peppercorn tree lined streets shade a commercial centre little changed from the peak of the village's prosperity in the 1920's.

Ariah Park: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Wheat Lumper Statue

Ariah Park is the birthplace of bulk wheat handling but prior to that wheat was packaged in bags and carried on the shoulders of men. The Wheat Lumper Statue in Coolamon Street, Ariah Park, pays homage to those men and the wheat lumping era.

Whislt visiting the Wheat Lumper Statue you can also take in the century old peppercorn trees lining the streets, the old petrol bowsers, the Wool Stamp Wall in Davey Park, lunch at the historic Ariah Park Hotel and meander through the Echoes of Ariah Park Museum.

Coolamon Street
Ariah Park, NSW, 2665

Located 0.2K from Ariah Park

Ariah Park 1920s Heritage Village

Step back in time and enjoy a self-guided tour of this well maintained village established at the beginning of the twentieth century. A free 32 page booklet provides the history and stories of buildings within the village, the story of the original settlement at Broken Dam and explains the connection of Dame Mary Gilmore to the area. The bronze wheat lumper statue erected in 2016 is a tribute to the hardworking men who lumped and stacked bags of wheat until the advent of bulk grain handling in 1916.

The Post Office, Supermarket and Pharmacy cater for all essential requirements. 24-hour fuel. Meals available at the iconic Ariah Park Hotel (restored to its original splendor in 2016), the White Rose Caf? and the Bowling Club. See the ever changing decorated shop windows, visit Second Glance Op Shop and Echoes of Ariah Park Museum.

Ariah Park Bowling Club, Golf Club and Tennis Club welcome visiting players. 25 metre swimming pool, toddler and baby pools.

Nearby Ingalba National Forest, Mandamah and Yarranjerry State Forests, nature reserves and Mirrool Creek walking trail provide walking tracks for bushwalkers and birdwatchers.

Lake Arbortree, six kilometres north, is a picturesque recreational and picnic area.

Intersection of Burley Griffin and Mary Gilmore Ways
Ariah Park, NSW, 2665

Located 1.4K from Ariah Park

Hazeldean: Ariah Park

Step back in time at Hazeldean Quandary, near Ariah Park, a fifth generation family farm. Your hosts will provide a guided tour of the two self-contained train carriages used in an award winning bed and breakfast operation, the pioneers cottage containing family memorabilia dating back to the late 1800s, the collection of horse-drawn farming equipment, sulkies, wagons and carts and meet our two Clydesdales.

An old fashioned morning tea is provided using English fine bone china under cover in the rambling country garden containing over 200 rose bushes and a water garden. Small groups of up to ten guests can be accommodated in the dining room in the case of inclement weather.

Available for groups with a minimum of four and maximum of forty.
Contact details for luncheon options in Ariah Park or Temora for bus and coach groups are available on request.

They are easily located just off Burley Griffin Way and are 20 minutes from Temora and 15 minutes from the historic village of Ariah Park.

Bookings are essential.

809 Quandary Road,
Quandary, NSW, 2665

Located 8.3K from Ariah Park

Hazeldean Quandary near Temora

Day visits are offered to this fifth generation family farm at Hazeldean Quandary, just off Burley Griffin Way, 22 kilometres west of Temora and 14 kilometres east of Ariah Park.

Look through the two railway carriages used in award-winning, tourism accredited Country Carriage Bed and Breakfast and have a guided tour of the Pioneers Cottage displaying family memorabilia from the late 1800s through to the 1920s, their collection of horse drawn farming equipment, wagons, carts and sulkies and meet their two Clydesdales.

Enjoy an old fashioned morning tea under cover in the rambling country garden featuring over 200 roses and a water garden. Minimum of four to a maximum of 30 guests. Prior bookings are essential.

Ariah Park, a 1920s heritage village, is a 15 minute drive away and the free booklet: A self-guided tour to Ariah Park provides the history and stories of buildings within the Village.

Contact details for luncheon options available on request.

Visits to Temora Aviation Museum and the Bundawarrah Centre will complete your day as you step back in time in Temora Shire.

809 Quandary Road,
"Hazeldean" near Temora
Quandary, NSW, 2665

Located 8.3K from Ariah Park

Mirrool Horsing Around Mural

We are not horsing around in the Bland Shire. Zest artist Zac Craig recently completed a stunning 3D interactive mural on the Mirrool RFS Shed wall.

With very little information about the Mirrool community Zac came up with a design for the 3D mural to captivate the spirit of the community and crate an art piece where visitors and locals can have a little imagination and fun when taking a photo.

6 Hill Street
Mirrool, NSW, 2665

Located 13.0K from Ariah Park

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