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Kimovale: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Gundagai Memorial Cairns

There are three Memorial Cairns in Gundagai.

One is the Rose Inn Cairn situated on the Gundagai Golf Course on Middleton Drive. This Cairn is to commemorate the Public House that was constructed by Thomas Lindley which was part of Old Gundagai that was lost in the 1852 flood.

Many explorers passed close to Gundagai on their way to Port Phillip Bay including: Hume and Hovell, Charles Sturt and Edward John Eyre. This is marked by Cairn in the River Caravan Park. This is also the spot where Sturt crossed the Murrumbidgee River for the first time.

The third Cairn is located on O I Bell Drive (Gundagai Common) and was the site where the National School was built that was lost in the great flood. The Master and Mistress and their five children all drowned.

Middleton Drive
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.1K from Kimovale

Gundagai Memorial Swimming Pool

Cootamundra/Gundagai Council operates an Olympic Pool complex for the benefit of both residents and visitors.

Looking for a place to chill out and relax on these hot summer days?
Head down to the Gundagai Memorial Swimming Pool and take advantage of the everything the pool has to offer!

Make a splash off one of their two diving boards, laze the day away under the abundance of shady trees or cool off by doing a few laps in their Olympic sized swimming pool. Take the little ones down for a cool off in the undercover baby pool.

You can enjoy early morning swims on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Take advantage of the barbecue facilities and playground or visit the Kiosk selling hot food and snacks with EFTPOS available.

Take a picnic down for the whole family to enjoy. See you this summer at the Gundagai Memorial Pool!

Corner Nangus Road and Sheridan Lane
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.1K from Kimovale

Gundagai Skate Park

The Gundagai Skatepark was officially opened in September 2013 after many years of fundraising and planning from the Gundagai Youth Council.

It is a great area to let the kids loose on their bikes, scooters or skateboards. It is situated in a lovely park area with sheltered sitting areas and a Free Barbecue.
Ideal place for a picnic for all the family!

Landon Street
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.3K from Kimovale

The Old Mill

The old mill was built in 1848 by Mr J Morley for Flood and Hanley as a flour mill. This was the first flour mill in Gundagai. The building has withstood all floods including the fierce ones of 1852, 1853,1870, and 1925. However it did have some holes knocked through the walls by the floods fierce torrents and the patches can still be seen today.
The Old Mill is a great tribute to Joseph Morley who set it on such a solid foundation of stone.

This building is the oldest building in Gundagai and the only surviving representative of the original Gundagai township on the river flat.

Sheridan Lane
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.3K from Kimovale

Gundagai Gold Trails

Gold was identified by the geologist Rev. W. B. Clarke at Gundagai in 1842. A gold rush hit the area in 1858 following further discoveries of gold and mining continued initially until 1875. Following a second gold rush in 1894, mines operated well into the 20th Century, with some mining activity still occurring in 2007.

The best known historical mines were the 'Robinson and Rice's Mine' (Long Tunnel Mine) a few miles south west of Gundagai and the 'Prince of Wales Mine' a few miles to the immediate west of Gundagai.

'Nangus Island' in the middle of the Murrumbidgee River at Nangus is marked as one of the early goldfields and was previously named 'M'Arthur Island'.

Gundagai was an important staging post, with gold from Adelong sent for delivery to the Sydney Mint. Sergeant Parry, shot dead in an 1864 coach hold up, is buried here.

249 Sheridan Street
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.3K from Kimovale

Gundagai's Architectural Heritage Walk

A pleasant two kilometre stroll viewing many historic points of interest. This walk starts and finishes at the Gundagai Visitor Information Centre.

The first pthing to see is Rusconi's Marble Masterpiece located at the Visitors Centre. With Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel next door in Carberry Park. Then onward up Sheridan Street past The Great Rescue Statue of Yarri and Jacky Jacky. There are 27 other interesting places to explore including Gabriel Historic Photo Gallery, the Old Gundagai Gaol, the Heritage Railway Station and much more.

Come discover the extensive history on offer at Gundagai!

249 Sheridan Street
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.3K from Kimovale

Rusconi's Marble Masterpiece

The Marble Masterpiece was created by the dexterous hands of the late Frank Rusconi and represents 28 years of work by this master craftsman.

Mr Rusconi was born in Australia last century and started work on the Masterpiece in 1910, finishing many hours later in 1938.

Consisting of 20,948 pieces of Australian marble, each and every piece lovingly hand cut and polished, this is a truly magnificent work of art and must be seen to be believed.

Make sure you come in to Gundagai and see it!

Gundagai Visitor Information Centre,
249 Sheridan Street
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.3K from Kimovale

Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel

These statues are a tribute to Steele Rudd's famous "Snake Gully'' characters - Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel. This life size family has been immortalised in copper by sculptor Aurel Ragus.

The characters of Dad and Dave are a well-known part of Australia's cultural history. Created by Steele Rudd for his 'On Our Selection' novels, Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel, were characters set against the backdrop of land selection in the late 19th century. The humour of the 'On Our Selection' novels struck a chord with readers, and the Dad and Dave characters formed the basis for a couple of silent films: On Our Selection (1920) and Rudd's New Selection (1921). During the 1930s the characters became the basis of a popular radio series, Dad and Dave.

The characters are on display in Carberry Park adjacent to Gundagai Visitor Information Centre on Sheridan Street, Gundagai.

249 Sheridan Street
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.3K from Kimovale

Kimovale: Events

Anglican Spring Flower Show Gundagai

Be inspired by the beautiful blooms and floral arrangements while enjoying a delicious lunch at the Gundagai District Services Club.

Come for the delicious Luncheon from noon and enjoy the flowers afterwards. There will be lots of entertainment during the afternoon with plant stalls, cakes and crafts.

So have a good look at your garden and nurture your plants, and you may have a prize winning flower to enter in the show, you never know you could end up with a trophy.

There are four sections in the show for entrants: Roses, Miscellaneous, Decorative and Childrens.

Event Dates
      30th Oct

254 Sheridan Street
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.3K from Kimovale

Kimovale: Travel Tips

Gundagai Visitor Information Centre

The Gundagai Visitor Information Centre is located on the left hand side of the main street (Sheridan Street) as you come into town.

The friendly staff can provide you with local knowledge and guide you to all the attractions Gundagai has to offer. They can provide assistance with upcoming events, accommodation, maps and brochures of the local area. Pick up some local produce including Wines from our region, local honey, soaps or a souvenir to take home.

Explore Gundagai's Architectural Heritage Walk to capture the essence of this historic and fascinating township.

Gundagai's best kept secret is Rusconi`s Marble Masterpiece on display at the Visitor Information Centre - 20,948 pieces of carved New South Wales marble taking 28 years to complete. This one man's hobby has become a must see.

Enquire at the counter for an audio tour of the old Gundagai Gaol, where Captain Moonlight, the bushranger, was sentenced and spent the night. In Carberry Park adjacent to the centre are the Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel copper statues, wonderfully sculpted by Aurel Ragus.

They look forward to welcoming you to their beautiful little town!

249 Sheridan Street
Gundagai, NSW, 2722

Located 3.3K from Kimovale

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