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Gundagai Cabins & Tourist Park - Gundagai Hotels
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1 Nangus Road, Gundagai - Map
4.5 out of 5 (199 reviews)
Gabriel Motor Inn - Gundagai Hotels
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Gabriel Motor Inn

240 Sheridan Street, Gundagai - Map
4.7 out of 5 (310 reviews)
Church House B&B Gundagai - Gundagai Hotels
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Church House B&B Gundagai

91 Punch Street, Gundagai - Map
4.9 out of 5 (45 reviews)
Lanigan Abbey Estate - Gundagai Hotels
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Lanigan Abbey Estate

72 First Avenue, Gundagai - Map
4.4 out of 5 (14 reviews)
Golden Chain Garden Motor Inn - Gundagai Hotels
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Golden Chain Garden Motor Inn

101 West Street, Gundagai - Map
4.3 out of 5 (46 reviews)
Bushmans Retreat Motor Inn - Gundagai Hotels
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Bushmans Retreat Motor Inn

Cnr. Cross and Mount Streets, Gundagai - Map
3.8 out of 5 (128 reviews)
Tuckerbox Motor Inn - Gundagai Hotels
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Tuckerbox Motor Inn

87-97 Mount Street, Gundagai - Map
4.8 out of 5 (233 reviews)
Poets Recall Motel and Restaurant - Gundagai Hotels
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Poets Recall Motel and Restaurant

37 West St (cnr Punch St), Gundagai - Map
4.4 out of 5 (84 reviews)
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Rating: 3.5 Stars

Comfort Inn Sovereign Gundagai

26-28 West Street, Gundagai - Map
4.3 out of 5 (175 reviews)
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    Pocket Guide: Gundagai

    If you want to visit an iconic Aussie country town, Gundagai’s hard to beat! A pioneer town in country NSW, Gundagai has a rich history and some dinky-di activities too. Go fishing, admire a marble masterpiece or just walk around town and explore. Struth, mate! If you want to relax, book your Gundagai hotel with us and get goin’ to Gundagai!


    Gundagai is the home of the Wiradjuri people. Explorers Hume and Hovell passed through in 1824 on their way to Port Phillip Bay, and the first settlers from Europe arrived in 1826. In 1852, a flood swept through the town, killing 83 people and destroying many buildings. Throughout the night, a local Indigenous man named Yarri paddled around through the night rescuing people.

    When a gold rush broke out in 1861, it led to a new era of bushrangers, including the Ben Hall gang and notorious Captain Moonlite.

    Gundagai has inspired a number of poets and musicians. Banjo Patterson wrote a balled called ‘The Road to Gundagai" and Jack O’Hagan wrote the song ‘Along the Road to Gundagai’ (even though he’d never been). In the 1920s, Jack Moses wrote a poem (based on an older, anonymous poem) called ‘Nine Miles from Gundagai’, which referenced a dog guarding his master’s tucker box. Now Frank Rusconi’s Dog on the Tucker Box statue sits on Annie Pyers Drive at the Gundagai gateway.

    Things to do

    Wander Sheridan Street, where rolling green hillsides peek at you from behind old-fashioned shopfronts and buildings. Drop into the Art and Craft Emporium, in the old Gundagai Theatre, to see all kinds of crafty creations. Take a self-guided tour of the Gundagai Gaol heritage site, then visit the Lanigan Abbey Gallery or the Gundagai Historical Museum.

    Frank Rusconi left Gundagai another incredible statue: The Marble Masterpiece, which you’ll find at Gundagai Tourist Information Centre. Rusconi built this detailed miniature cathedral by hand over 28 years, using 20,948 individual bits of marble. Now THAT is dedication!

    Outdoorsy types can play golf course at the course on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, or go fishing at the junction where the Murrumbidgee meets the Tumut. For a great view, head to Rotary Lookout or the top of Mt. Kimo or Mt. Parnassus.


    Along with the usual take-away options, Gundagai has unique restaurants like Bushranger Diner, the Dog on the Tucker Box restaurant and iconic Niagra Cafe.

    Getting here

    A two-hour drive from Canberra, Gundagai is within day trip distance of the country’s capital. If you’re coming from interstate, get here with a flight to Canberra and a hire car, or catch a bus instead. Don’t sit around like a dog on a tucker box – grab some of our Gundagai accommodation today!

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