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Hillston

Hillston was settled in 1863 on the banks of the Lachlan River. It is a rich agricultural centre, supplying food and fibre to the Australian and export markets. Water from a large artesian basin irrigates many food crops, including oranges, cherries, mangoes and olives.

Take a walk through town and visit The Hillston Cotton Gin, the gallery and museum. Go bird watching at Lake Woorabinda and by the Lachlan River or take a drive through Black Stump country and remote villages of Carrathool, Rankins Springs, Merriwagga and Goolgowi.

Willandra National Park sits 64 kilometres northwest of Hillston. The park features Willandra Homestead, Woolshed and Ram Shed and visitors can stay at the Willandra Cottage.

Hillston: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Lachlan River Swing Bridge


Hillston is known for its very long, straight main street. With the Lachlan River on its doorstep and two parks providing picnic areas right down to the river's edge plus exceptional facilities, the town becomes a great place to stop and linger.

One of the parks is the former site of the original Hillston Hall, and this now has well landscaped gardens which lead to the swinging bridge across the River.

On the other side of the bridge is a small shady area which features "animals" made from fallen trees.

You'll recognise a crocodile, large redback spider and an ominous prehistoric monster.




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Hillston, NSW, 2675

Located 0.4K from Hillston

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