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The Benerembah district is primarily for large area farming.

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Willbriggie Regional Park - Darlington Point


Part of the Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park, the Willbriggie Regional Park offers access to the Murrumbidgee River from both sides of the river around Darlington Point.

For those that like to fish or head out on the water, there's a boat ramp to access the river near the Darlington Point Bridge.

South of the river, and accessible from the west side of Darlington Point township, adjacent to the Willbriggie Regional Park is the Goanna Walking Track.

There's free camping at Bunyip Hole and Whittackers Bend, suitable for caravans in dry weather (dirt road access). You can camp next to the Murrumbidgee River.
Please obey all signs within the Regional Park




Kidman Way
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 20.5K from Benerembah

Tiddalik wetlands and bird sanctuary


Initially the land was used as a storm water retention basin and planting of the more than 10,000 seedlings saw the Tiddalik Wetlands artificially created and officially opened in 2001.

The site adjoins residential areas to the east and native bushland to the west.

A variety of birds, frog and invertebrate species are also present in the Wetland Reserve.




Campbell Street
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 21.2K from Benerembah

Wilbriggie Regional Park Beachs (East)


Explore in-spoilt beaches and areas of the Murrumbidgee River through the Wilbriggie Regional Park (East).

Access from Darlington Point is via Beach Road on the southern side of Whitton Road. The road becomes dirt as you enter the Wilbriggie Regional Park. Explore beaches, such as Reserve Beach, Lady Jane Beach, Boomerang Beach, Waradgy Beach, Diggers Beach, and The Point Beach to pick out the best spot for you to relax at.

Not suitable for caravans, but 4WD and camping permitted.
Please obey all signs throughout the Regional Park.




Darlington Point
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 21.3K from Benerembah

Darlington Point CWA Park


Needing somewhere to stop along the Kidman Way or Sturt Highway with the kids - this park has it all. With outdoor exercise equipment, a skate park, barbecue units, sheltered playground, a kids traffic course and plenty of room to kick the footy of the lovey green grass - you'll be able to stretch your legs and breathe in some fresh air!!




21 Carrington Street
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 22.0K from Benerembah

Darlington Point War Memorial Swimming Pool


A favourite with the locals in summer, the Darlington Point War Memorial Swimming Pool includes a 25 metre lap and recreational pool, shaded medium pool, shaded toddlers pool.

The facility also includes a kiosk, change rooms and shaded picnic tables and barbecue, so you can bring your friends and family and stay cool in summer.




Stock Street
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 22.1K from Benerembah

Fig Tree Park


Situated on the bank of the Murrumbidgee River and across the road from the Darlington Point supermarket and pub, Fig Tree Park makes a great, green stop for a picnic or a barbecue on your travels.

Take a stroll along the levee bank or catch up with friends for an undercover barbecue.




Punt Road
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 22.1K from Benerembah

Goanna Walking Track


Take a walk along the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. The 1.8 kilometre scenic Murrumbidgee River Walk starts at Fig Tree Park in the centre of the Darlington Point CBD and leads west under the Darlington Point Bridge downstream along the river at the clay banks, know by locals as the " Bunyip hole". picnic and resting places are situated along the way as well as interpretive signage informing visitors of the local flora, fauna and history.

The Bunyip is an Aboriginal mythological creature who lives in deep water. it resembles a large black hairy dog with long point ears, big teeth and howls.

During the 1930s approximately 25 families lived along this section of the walkway, however only the bachelors lived close to the Bunyip hole. At the end of the walk, a meeting place with a native garden, red gum tables and seats has been constructed to commemorate the significance of the Wiradjuri connection with the river and in respect for the community elders.




Stock Street
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 22.1K from Benerembah

Murrumbidgee River Regional Park


Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park was created in July 2010 by combining a number of former state forests. It covers an area of 1180 hectares.

River Red Gums can be found along the Murrumbidgee River. The river red gum forests are an important component of the broader Murrumbidgee floodplain ecosystem. They contribute valuable ecosystem services, including carbon sequestration.

Best access to the Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park is from Darlington Point.




Kidman Way
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 22.1K from Benerembah

Darlington Point Museum


The Darlington Point Museum and collections within are managed by Heritage Darlington Point. Heritage Darlington Point aims to raise awareness of local heritage and history as well as preserving and maintaining various collections held within the Darlington Point Museum.

Inside the museum you can expect to find antiquated domestic and farm equipment from Darlington Point and the region.




Darlington Street
Darlington Point, NSW, 2706

Located 22.6K from Benerembah

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