A tranquil rural town, Narrandera offers peaceful tree-lined streets and a rich heritage. Bring your camera as the wide streets and elegant buildings offer many chances for a great photo in a township protected as an urban conservation area. With our accommodation in Narrandera you can be sure for a wonderful escape on your next holiday. Have a look through our range and find your next getaway!
You'll find the world's largest playable guitar on display at the local tourist information centre, a case of bigger is always better. Grab a map of the area and take a stroll along the Two Foot Heritage Tour, visiting the remains of the Hit and Miss Inn. If wildlife is more your thing, the Bundidgerry Walking Track has three loops of different length to wind you through the rocky hills, sandy river beaches and little creeks before landing you in the middle of a koala reserve. Try to find one yourself or book a local volunteer spotter; you can't go better than seeing this wonderful creature in its natural habitat.
Feeling the heat? There are many freshwater beaches lining the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, so take a dip and cool off. Once the water level drops, you can see the remains of the paddle steamer "Wagga Wagga", best seen from a viewing platform above the river. For the adventurous, waterskiing is a big local sport, with many charter operators able to take you out for a couple of hours on Lake Talbot.
The Parkside Cottage Museum houses some extremely important items, from telecom equipment to a one-of-a-
kind merino coat from 1816. Check it out for a glimpse into history, before heading to the fisheries centre to meet the town icon, the Murray Cod. The aquarium has lots of this fish to see up close as well as other endangered freshwater species. Time your visit with lunch and enjoy the beautiful gardens, lawns and barbeque facilities.
428km from Melbourne
, Narrandera is a historic town on the Murray River that has something for everyone. Come and stay in one of Narrandera's great hotels, and enjoy the history of this beautiful region for yourself.
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