• Bindea Walking Track

    To get an even better view of Gunnedah and the Namoi and Mooki River Valleys, you should head off along the Bindea Walking Track. The tracks start from the top of Porcupine Lookout and offer a range of walks that vary in length. Read More
  • Ben Hall's Wall

    Located in Breeza just off the Oxley Highway, Ben Hall's Wall commemorates the bushranger's birth by way of a mural painted by well‐known artist Bronwyn Bassett which depicts the last three years of Ben Hall's life. It is located just off the Oxley Highway in Breeza. Read More
  • Breaker Morant Drive

    Harry Harbord Morant migrated to Australia at the age of 19, working in Queensland and northern New South Wales as a drover and horse breaker. Breaker Morant Drive starts at the gate entry of Kitchener Park and runs around the edge of the park. Read More
  • Creative Arts Gallery

    Gunnedah has a long tradition of supporting artistic and cultural events. The creative Arts gallery Shop is a showplace for the very active Gunedah artists' community. The major event of the calendar year is the Annual Art Exhibition held in August. Read More
  • Cycle Ways

    If you are staying in Gunnedah and have a love of bicycle rides, we have the ultimate circuit for you and your family. Enjoy the picturesque scenery and abundant wildlife while discovering our charming country town. Read More
  • Diprotodon Drive

    Journey the Diprotodon Drive and immerse yourself in the history of Tambar Springs; a small rural village with a big heart and even bigger residents of ancient times. Discover linkages to the 'Diprotodon' the largest known marsupial to have roamed the country. Read More
  • Dorothea Mackellar

    Isobel Marion Dorothea Mackellar was born on 1 July 1885. The Mackellar family owned several properties in the Gunnedah area, including "Kurrumbede" and "The Rampadells" approximately 25 km north west of the town bordering the Namoi River. Read More
  • Eighth Division Memorial

    The Avenue is lined with flowering gums, with a commemorative plaque at the base of each tree. It also features a two‐tiered concrete platform with a flagpole attached, with inscriptions on both the top and bottom, and a brass military badge at the top. Read More
  • Fishing

    Gunnedah locals go to the 4 Mile Travelling Stock Reserve Campground to fish for yellow belly, catfish, carp, and shrimp. The Lake Keepit Family Fishing Club is also famous for its fishing and also runs monthly competitions. Read More
  • Gunnedah Golf Club

    Gunnedah Golf Club is a quality 18 hole, par 70, bent green course located in the Northwest NSW, close to the New England Highway. Kikuyu fairways, flat course, watered tees, fairways and greens. The club offers a full time professional with all equipment and cart hire. Read More
  • Gunnedah Memorial Swimming Pool Complex

    The Gunnedah Memorial Swimming Pool Complex is located in the middle of town amongst a beautiful setting of trees and lawns. The pool features a vast number of activities, which caters for all members of the family. Read More
  • Rural Museum

    The Rural Museum at Gunnedah is one of Australia’s largest collections of early agriculture and transport memorabilia with a display of over 1600 exhibits. A well stocked souvenir gift shop is located on site and the museum is open everyday between 9am and 3pm. Read More
  • Water Tower Museum

    Commisioned in 1908 as Gunnedah's water reservoir, the Water Tower Museum now houses the history and essence of Gunnedah. Journey through three floors of displays and exhibits and discover the people, places, and events that shaped the Gunnedah Community. Read More
  • Jean Isherwood Gallery

    Jean Isherwood's 1982 creation of a series of water colour works illustrating Dorothea Mackellar's most famous poem My Country, will soon be housed at the Dorothea Mackellar Society building in Anzac Park, for display permanatly to the public. Read More
  • Koalas

    Gunnedah Shire, along with environmental groups, has nurtured its wild Koala colonies by initiating the planting and expansion of tree corridors through out the township and the Shire, allowing the Koalas safe access in and around the town. Read More
  • Reflections Holiday Park Lake Keepit

    Lake Keepit offers fun and relaxation for the whole family. Lake Keepit has 34 kilometres of stunning waterways and is known for its water sports, fishing and other activities such as gliding, bike riding, skating, tennis and volleyball. Read More
  • Miners Statue

    The Miners Statue was erected in memory of those fallen in the coal mines and to remind the town of several lengthy strikes in underground mines in the area. It is located in Brock's Court in Wolseley Park on Conadilly Street, across from the Town Hall in Gunnedah. Read More
  • Pensioners Hill Lookout

    The monument stones were erected at Pensioners Hill Lookout by Rotary Club of Gunnedah West and the sculptures have been created by Carl Merten and Joan Relke to show some aspects of Gunnedah's rich cultural heritage. Read More
  • Poets Drive

    Inspired by Gunnedah's iconic landmarks and local heroes - travel the Poets Drive and explore through poetry and prose the essence of bush life and the challenges and adventures of rural Australia. Take some time out to stop and read each poem. Read More
  • Riverside Racecourse

    Founded in 1867, the Gunnedah Jockey Club operates from Riverside Racecourse, located at the junction of the Namoi and Mooki Rivers in a tranquil and lush garden environment. It provides racegoers and patrons with a venue perfect for corporate or private functions and race meetings. Read More
  • Town Tour

    The self-drive tour takes about 45 minutes and is an ideal introduction to our town. Touring Gunnedah gives you the chance to feel the evident community pride that exists within and enjoy the hidden attractions and achievemnets. Read More
  • War Memorial

    The Tambar Springs War Memorial is said to be the earliest memorial to Australian World War I servicemen and was erected in December 1918 to commemorate the 92 soldiers from Tambar Springs who answered the patriotic call in World War 1. Read More
  • War Memorial Gates

    The gates were erected in memory of those who lost their lives in World War I and World War II. The War Memorial Gates were built by voluntary labour, at a cost of £25 and opened in 1951. The footpath was sealed in 1958. Read More
  • Work of Art Community Gallery

    Work of Art Community Gallery was opened in August 2013 by retired businessman, Chris Burgess. Work of Art Community Gallery is located in one of Gunnedah's finest old buildings and is a wonderful community gallery that is a highlight for any art lover. Read More
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Sat and Sun: 10am - 3pm

83 Chandos Street, Gunnedah, NSW 2380

02 6740 2230 | 1800 KOALAS

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