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Borambola: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Oura Beach Reserve

Oura Beach Reserve is a great spot to take in the Murrumbidgee River.

Located around 20 minute drive from Wagga Wagga, the reserve is perfect for camping, fishing, or just enjoying a day out by the river with a picnic.

Pull up a seat on the Ageless Oura artwork, installed in 2016, which frames views of the river. Hand crafted by Wagga Wagga artist John Wood, these hardwood timber seats are framed by rust coloured steel rings which blend beautifully into the landscape.

off Wagga Wagga Street
Oura, NSW, 2650

Located 15.4K from Borambola

Rustique Lavender Farm

Why not take a leisurely 30 minute drive from Wagga Wagga to Rustique Lavender Farm, where you can surround yourself with the calming and relaxing atmosphere of lavender.

Take a stroll through lavender and heritage roses, or browse in the shop with its delightful range of products, gifts, craft, rose products, ceramics, and culinary delights.

Bring some friends for a cuppa, or take some time out to have a refreshing and uplifting massage.

Bus and group tours are welcome by appointment.

7979 Tumbarumba Road
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 17.1K from Borambola

RAAF Wagga Aviation Heritage Centre

The RAAF Wagga Aviation Heritage Centre showcases Air Force history, along with representing the significant involvement of the RAAF in the Riverina region of New South Wales.

The static display aircraft next to the Aviation Heritage Centre represent over 50 years of RAAF flying history and are completely accessible for the public to view and photograph.

The display comprises Air Force heritage artefacts displayed in various themed rooms, including a 'Community Room', which is devoted to a rotational display that relates to military history and/or the contribution made by people from Wagga Wagga and the Riverina region.

As the last remaining Riverina World War II Base within a network of bases incorporating Narrandera, Temora, Deniliquin, Tocumwal, Cootamundra and Uranquinty; this Aviation Heritage Centre represents the only repository for regional specific RAAF memorabilia.

Sturt Highway
Forest Hill, NSW, 2651

Located 20.9K from Borambola

Warbird Aerial Adventures

Warbird Aerial Adventures Proudly Presents Wagga Wagga's Newest Adventure. They offer a range of adventure flights in the Ex PLAAF Nanchang CJ-6a warbird. From a smooth and gentle scenic flight up to all the action, aerobatics and adrenalin you can handle.

Alex von Mengersen is the chief pilot of Warbird Aerial Adventures. With over 15 years aviation experience Alex has a commercial pilots licence, aerobatics rating and RA-Aus senior instructor rating, he is also a qualified avionics engineer with experience on both large and small passenger aircraft, private, historic and recreational aircraft.

Hangar 213,
Wagga Wagga Airport
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 21.1K from Borambola

Borambola: Events

Movies by Moonlight - Screening The Sound of Music

Tickets must be pre-purchased.

Bring your family, friends and blanket / picnic chairs and your picnic and enjoy this heartfelt movie on a Saturday night!

Note: NO BYO Drinks. Drinks can be purchased from Borambola Wines.

Maria had longed to be a nun since she was a young girl, yet when she became old enough discovered that it wasn't at all what she thought. Often in trouble and doing the wrong things, Maria is sent to the house of a retired naval captain, named Captain Von Trapp, to care for his children. Von Trapp was widowed several years before and was left to care for seven 'rowdy' children. Maria soon learns that all these children need is a little love to change their attitudes.

- Arrival beverage from Borambola Wines.

Bus will collect and drop off from the Visitor Information Centre on Tarcutta Street. Departs 5.30pm.

Event Dates
      19th Apr

1734 Sturt Highway
Borambola, NSW, 2650

Located 4.4K from Borambola

Tarcutta Markets

Come and enjoy the day in Tarcutta. Markets are held on the third Saturday of each month.

A large range of stalls including home grown products, plants, homewares, jewellery, pre-loved goods, books and much more.

Barbecue, sandwiches, cakes and drinks available for purchase.

New stallholders are always welcome, AUD5 per stall.

Event Dates
      16th Mar
      20th Apr
      18th May
      15th Jun
      20th Jul
      17th Aug
      21st Sep
      19th Oct
      16th Nov
      21st Dec
      18th Jan
      15th Feb
      21st Mar

Sydney Street
Tarcutta, NSW, 2652

Located 12.4K from Borambola

Ladysmith Tourist Railway Open Day

The Tumbarumba railway took nine years to build, and was operational between 1917 and 1974.

Ladysmith is one of the few stations remaining on the old line. Visit their heritage station and museum, with trikes on display.

Open day times: 12pm till 3pm

Event Dates
      9th Mar
      13th Apr
      11th May
      8th Jun
      13th Jul
      10th Aug
      14th Sep
      12th Oct
      9th Nov
      14th Dec

Cunningdroo Street
Ladysmith, NSW, 2652

Located 16.6K from Borambola

Christmas in July at Cottontail Wines

Relax among the vines overlooking the Eunony Valley. Situated on 100 acres of picturesque countryside, dine on premium local produce and award-winning wines with professional and friendly wait staff to ensure your time with them is comforting.

Event Dates
      27th Jul

562 Pattersons Road
Eunanoreenya, NSW, 2650

Located 22.3K from Borambola

Easter Sunday at Cottontail Wines

Relax among the vines overlooking the Eunony Valley. Situated on 100 acres of picturesque countryside, dine on premium local produce and award-winning wines with professional and friendly wait staff to ensure your time with them is comforting.

Event Dates
      21st Apr

562 Pattersons Road
Eunanoreenya, NSW, 2650

Located 23.2K from Borambola

Borambola: Travel Tips

Wagga Wagga Airport

Wagga Wagga boasts one of the busiest regional airports in New South Wales, with over 150 flights between Wagga Wagga, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast each week, carrying in excess of 220,000 passengers annually.

The airport is a growing hub for commerce, employment, education and training in the aviation industry. Currently the airport supports three commercial airlines in Regional Express (Rex), QantasLink and JETGO along with Rex's heavy maintenance facility, the Australian Airline Pilot Academy, Wagga Air Centre, Encore Aviation and The Blessed Bean Cafe among other businesses.

Don Kendell Drive, off Elizabeth Avenue
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 21.0K from Borambola

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