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Warrawidgee: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Griffith Boat Club


The Griffith Boat Club is a member run club on the grassy shores of Lake Wyangan. The club boasts its own club house, boat ramp, barbecue facilities, and lush green lawns.

The Boat Club hosts a variety of racing - Easter time is time for the Jet Boats racing in the sprint track and throughout the year, powerboats and formula powerboats race on the lake as well as ski racing.

Camping facilities are available, with toilets and showers. It's the perfect place for a day, weekend, or week of skiing, fishing or just relaxing.





Lakes Road
Lake Wyangan, NSW, 2680

Located 20.3K from Warrawidgee

Lake Wyangan


A ten minute drive north-west of Griffith will lead you to Lake Wyangan.

Lake Wyangan offers a delightful setting for a picnic. Take advantage of the sheltered picnic areas or barbecue facilities that are found throughout the large grassed reserve. There is ample space for a game of cricket, to ride a bike or enjoy a stroll.

Free boat ramp access and jetty available. Free camping is permitted.

The lake was formed in 1957 using the remains of a gypsum mine and a natural swamp area.

Further details contact the Griffith Visitor Information Centre.




Lakes Road
Griffith, NSW, 2680

Located 21.0K from Warrawidgee

Griffith Regional Theatre


Griffith Regional Theatre is one of New South Wales premier performing arts venues. They provide world class performing arts and entertainment to the people of Griffith and surrounding regions. The theatre is a state of the art, modern facility, with a seating capacity of 520 which boasts outstanding staging, lighting and sound facilities following a major technical upgrade in 2005.

They offer a Season program each year to satisfy every artistic taste: drama, dance, music, comedy, cabaret, plus a young people's program.

The Theatre is available for hire and is used by conference organisers, touring performers, schools, local artists, dramarama, dance schools and amateur theatre groups.

The Theatre is a meeting place of community whether for Art and Culture, for meetings and conferences, or relaxation an private gatherings.




1 Neville Place
Griffith, NSW, 2680

Located 21.6K from Warrawidgee

City Park


City Park deserves to be on the must-do list in Griffith. City Park made the Weekend Telegraphs TOP 10 playgrounds in NSW with the tallest climbing frame in the Southern Hemisphere, a fabulous splash pad area (pack the kids togs) and a double flying fox. Plus other swings, a fenced toddler playground, lawn for running or relaxing with a book, free exercise equipment and lovely paved walking track around the park and along the canal to stretch the legs.

City Park also has a number of free barbecue's, picnic tables and a water bottle refill station.




Kookora Street
Griffith, NSW, 2680

Located 21.8K from Warrawidgee

Griffith Centenary Sculptures


Griffith celebrated 100 years of progress in 2016. The Centenary Celebrations hinged around the 17 day International Sculpture Symposium, which was held during May. Seven of the world's best hard stone sculptors converged on Griffith to transform 20 tonnes of granite into beautiful pieces of public art. The granite sculptures, which reflect the theme 'Griffith's cultural diversity and the meaning of water' are located on Centenary Walk, in the IOOF Park in Kookora Street.

The sculptures were launched in August during the Centenary of Griffith celebrations. Story and signboards provide details of the international sculptors and the generosity of the local business community and people of Griffith. Lit at the night - the Sculptures make great night viewing.




Kookora Street
Griffith, NSW, 2680

Located 21.8K from Warrawidgee

Warrawidgee: Events

Griffith Rotary Market


The Griffith Rotary Market is held every Sunday from 8am to 12 noon.

Meet the local growers at this weekly growers market. Seasonal fruit and vegetables, bread, cakes, Italian biscuits, jams, relish, olive oil, eggs, honey and much more is what you will find when you head to the Griffith Rotary Markets.

Entry by gold coin donation.


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Murrumbidgee Avenue
Griffith, NSW, 2680

Located 21.4K from Warrawidgee

Griffith Australia Day Celebrations


Griffith Australia Day Awards and Citizenship Celebrations

Celebrate Australia Day by attending the annual Australia Day Awards and Citizenship Presentation.

The children's colouring in competition winners will be announced and there will be morning tea and entertainment provided. The awards will be presented by the Australia Day Ambassador. Entertainment will be provided.


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2019
      26th Jan


Neville Place
Griffith, NSW, 2680

Located 21.6K from Warrawidgee

Banna Lane Festival


In 2019, the inaugural Banna Lane Festival will center on the major activity of producing large scale murals across six to ten sites in Banna Lane. International, national and local artists will be invited to produce the murals during the festival week with creative programs built around the activity such as artists talks, youth workshops, walking tours and a launch party with local artists invited to develop installations and pop up exhibitions, live performance and music throughout the lane. Banna Lane Festival will be a week of free community events which encourages the local and travelling audience to rediscover Griffith.


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2019
      8th May
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Banna Lane
Griffith, NSW, 2680

Located 22.2K from Warrawidgee

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