Gunnedah Golf Club

The ‘A Grade’, 18 hole course situated right in the middle of Gunnedah’s magnificent residential area, offers bent greens, full time professional, with all equipment hire. The Gunnedah Golf Club can also cater for social and competition golf, as well as visiting and corporate days. Opportunity exists to spot a koala wandering around the tree [...]

Plains of Plenty

The Plains of Plenty is a Co-Operative group with members coming from the north and north west of New South Wales. The Plains of Plenty has a good selection of handmade arts, crafts, wood turning, beaded items, jewellery, patchwork, with locally grown produce and goods for sale. Scrumptious morning or afternoon tea can be supplied [...]

Diprotodon Drive – Tamber Springs

Tambar Springs is a small village on the edge of the ancient Warrumbungle Range. Opened up in the early 1830s for grazing, settlement soon followed in 1868. Today it is known for its rich agricultural vistas and rural village charm. In 1987, local farmer Louise Friss made the rare discovery of bones from an extinct [...]

Commercial Hotel Curlewis

The Commercial Hotel is located 18 kilometres south east of Gunnedah on the Kamilaroi Highway. It has a friendly country atmosphere and is set in an historic 1912 hotel building. There are six guest rooms available for accommodation. Counter lunches and dinners are available from Monday to Saturday. Pub Tab, Sky Channel and EFTPOS facilities [...]

Pensioners Hill Lookout

Stroll to the top of Pensioners Hill for sprawling views of the Gunnedah township. Pensioners Hill was once a shanty town during the great depression. View rock sculptures depicting people and characters of significance to Gunnedah and its rich history. Visitors should allocate 20 minutes to enjoy this attraction. Entry is free. This is a [...]

The Gunnedah Show

*** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** The Gunnedah Show Society held their first Show in August 1888 and has conducted an annual show every year since. The Gunnedah Show turns 127 in 2015. The Gunnedah Show is commonly called the ‘Royal’ of the north-west. Renowned for equestrian events, livestock and produce [...]

Porcupine Lookout

Porcupine Lookout is located two kilometres from town, off Apex Road. The access road to the summit of the lookout was a construction project of the Gunnedah Apex Club. The northern platform overlooks the town and beyond to the Nandewar Ranges, over 100 kilometres away. To the right are the hills of Kelvin and the [...]

Gunnedah Rural Museum

The Gunnedah Rural Museum is one of Australia’s largest collections of early agriculture and transport memorabilia, with a display of over 1600 exhibits. A small entry fee is payable at the door and volunteers are available to direct you through the museum, interpreting the exhibits and answering any questions you may have. The museum houses [...]

Ben Hall Wall

This memorial is to commemorate the birth of “Ben Hall”. Ben Hall was born at Breeza station, an established fact, now denied by some historians, but still acknowledged by old Breeza residents who remember “Ben Hall’s hut”, his birthplace, used for many years as a shepherd’s hut, but long since gone. The ‘Wall’ commemorates the [...]

Gunnedah Cultural Precinct

The Cultural Precinct is a building complex which incorporates the heritage listed Town Hall, The Civic cinema/theatre, Smithurst Theatre, Creative Arts Gallery, the Meeting Room, and the Studio Room. The Foyer is an artist run gallery and operated by the Visual Arts Working Group. The Cultural Precinct now also boasts the new Visitor Information Centre. [...]

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