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Get ready for an unforgettable journey though architecturally stunning country towns, thoughtfully curated galleries, captivating museums and historic sites. Your visit here will take you outdoors over rich agricultural river flats, through untouched National Parks and even underground to magnificent prehistoric caves.
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Age Of Fishes Museum
129 Gaskill Streets, Canowindra
Imagine a world ruled by fish! Long before the dinosaurs the mighty rivers of the Central West teamed with bizarre ancient fishes - fish with armour shells, fish with lungs, and huge predators with jaws like crocodiles.
Animals on Bikes
Obley Road, Molong
Animals on Bikes is a 120 kilometre paddock art sculpture trail displaying 111 two metre high structures (and some smaller letterboxes) on the back road from Molong to Cumnock to Yeoval to Dubbo Zoo.
Arch Loop Track
Borenore Access Road, Borenore
The best way to explore the mysterious Arch Cave is on the Arch loop track. This easy walk starts and finishes at the Borenore picnic area, simply cross the footbridge from the picnic area and it’s just a short walk to the cave.
Banjo Paterson: More than a Poet Exhibition
47 Forbes Street, Yeoval
One of Australia's most famous sons, Andrew Barton 'Banjo' Paterson, was born in Orange, before returning with his parents to the family property Buckinbah, at Yeoval.
Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve
The Escort Way, Borenore
Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve is a scenic place to picnic near Orange. After a barbecue lunch, explore the reserve’s walking tracks and ancient caves.
Borenore picnic area
The Escort Way, Borenore
The large grassy space at Borenore picnic area is a perfect place for the kids to run around before a picnic lunch.
Bring a picnic rug to lay out under the shade of one of the trees, or you can set up at one of the picnic tables.
Canowindra Historical Society Museum
Memorial Park, Canowindra
The Canowindra Historical Museum depicts the development of Canowindra from the 1840s frontier township on the Belubula River to its growth as a rural centre. Horse drawn vehicles, vintage farm machinery, textiles, household memorabilia and an authentic slab hut recall the pioneering days.
Canowindra Swimming Pool
Gaskill Street, Canowindra
The Canowindra Swimming Pool is located on Gaskil Street, Canowindra next door to the Canowindra Caravan Park. During the swimming season the pool is open everyday for your enjoyment. Have a picnic on the grounds or buy something from the kiosk. Sit back and relax and enjoy a day of fun.
Canowindra Trading Post
46 - 50 Ferguson Street, Canowindra
Wander through the two floors of the Canowindra Trading Post.
Enjoy the ambience created by the eclectic mix of old and new.
82 Lawrences Road, Canowindra
Where wine and food come to meet - with you !
Canowindra@Home is an incorporated association of food and wine producers who offer events to showcase locally produced food and wine. They run markets stalls twice yearly and hold two 100 mile themed lunches or dinners.
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