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Grahamstown: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins

The Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins is a state listed heritage industrial site. Situated 1.5 kilometres from Adelong, and just over 20 kilometres from Tumut, it is a must see destination.

The interpretive area, providing a comprehensive history of the site, and viewing platform are wheelchair accessible from the lower car park. For the more nimble, a walk of about an hour leads down from the platform to Adelong Creek and the ruins. There are signposts along the route describing the various items relating to the site.

The remarkable stone ruins of the ingenious Reefer ore crushing machine, built by Scotsmen William Wilson and William Ritchie, remain for all visitors to view from the platform, or wander through to interpret how reef ore was processed. This mill processed ore from miners from Adelong and the wider district and ceased operation in 1914.

The Adelong Falls is a popular swimming hole during the warmer months, and a great spot for walking and picnics.

Adelong Falls Road
Adelong, NSW, 2729

Located 4.2K from Grahamstown

South Gundagai Woodlands Walk

The South Gundagai cemetery contains one of Australia's rarest vegetation communities: White Box Woodlands.

A short self-guided walk with interpretive signs will help you appreciate the significance of this area. Spring to early summer is the best time to see the wildflower displays and it is also a great place to see many of the region's rare woodland birds.

A great little walk to relax and wander with the whole family!

South Gundagai Cementary ,
Gocup Road
South Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 15.3K from Grahamstown

Tumut Community Labyrinth for Peace

The Tumut Labyrinth celebrates the community service of its citizens in times of peace and conflict. Located at Pioneer Park, this place of contemplation and reflection can be used by young and old, together or alone.

The path is wide enough to enable two people to walk together, including carers of children and those less able. Its width also facilitates access by wheelchair or motorised scooters. The way-stations provide places on the journey for rest and further reflection. Local stories of Indigenous and European settlement, revealed on test panels in the way-stations, also facilitate group use such as by schools or community groups.

Elm Drive
Tumut, NSW, 2720

Located 18.4K from Grahamstown

Tumut River Walk

Discover the natural beauty and lovely heritage of picturesque Tumut on several delightful walking trails. Pop into the Tumut Region Visitor Information Centre in Tumut and pick up helpful tips on various walks around the town, in the northern foothills of the spectacular NSW Snowy Mountains.

The Tumut River Walk meanders through Tumut's pretty parks alongside the river, a popular waterway for fishing and kayaking. There are several access points to the walk, so you can make it as long or as short as you like. The walk includes the Tumut Wetlands, home to many bird species.

Tumut, NSW, 2720

Located 18.9K from Grahamstown

Grahamstown: Events

NAIDOC Flag Raising and Art Exhibition Launch in Tumut

Flag raising at Brungle Tumut Local Aboriginal Lands Council followed by launch of the NAIDOC art exhibition and morning tea at Tumut Library.

Celebrate Indigenous heritage and enjoy the walk between the two venues of Lands Council, 95 Capper Street and the Tumut Library, 169 Wynyard Street, Tumut.

Time from 10am.

Event Dates
      9th Jul

95 Capper Street
Tumut, NSW, 2720

Located 17.4K from Grahamstown

Tumut Cycle Classic

Experience the natural beauty and serenity of Tumut tucked away in the picturesque Snowy Mountains and help us raise much needed funds for Tumut Hospital.

Event Dates
      26th Jan

Clarence Street
Tumut, NSW, 2720

Located 18.5K from Grahamstown

Tumut Valley Fly-In

Tumut Aero Club will be hosting the annual Tumut Valley fly in. A weekend of activities on and off the airfield, allowing visitors to experience the scenic Tumut area from both the skies above and on the ground. Look at the planes and talk to the pilots.

Something for all ages!

Event Dates
      6th Oct
      7th Oct

405 Wee Jasper Road
Bombowlee, NSW, 2720

Located 18.7K from Grahamstown

Grahamstown: Travel Tips

Tumut Region Visitor Information Centre

Call into the Visitor Information Centre for information on the Tumut region and Kosciuszko National Park including the towns of Adelong, Batlow, Cabramurra and Talbingo.

A large range of souvenirs, books, gifts, maps and other merchandise is available for purchase.

Sit down, relax, and find out all there is to see and do in the Tumut region as well as many other tourist destinations. A wide range of tourist brochures for New South Wales and other locations within Australia are also available.

Come and see the latest exhibitions of local and regional arts and crafts in the Tumut Region Exhibition Centre located in the Tumut Region Visitor Centre.

5 Adelong Road
Tumut, NSW, 2720

Located 16.6K from Grahamstown

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