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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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Condobolin Annual Show
28th August, 2020 - 29th August, 2020
Diggers Avenue, Condobolin
Gum Bend Lake
Gum Bend Lake Road, Condobolin
Enjoy Gum Bend Lake, a man made lake three kilometres from Condobolin and when full is 1.75 metres deep.
Kings Grave - Goobothery Monument
Lachlan Valley Way, Condobolin
Goobothery Monument or Kings Grave is between Condobolin and Euabalong on the Lachlan Valley Way. Surveyor-General John Oxley documented Kings Grave on 29 July 1817 on his return journey when exploring the Lachlan River.
1 Foster Street, Lake Cargelligo
For water sports and birdwatching, Lake Cargelligo is a wonderful oasis in the beautiful Parkes region of NSW. This aquatic playground is perfect for sailing, kayaking, waterskiing and swimming. Fishing is popular on the lake, too, and in the nearby Lachlan River, Australia’s fourth-longest river.
Lake Cargelligo Arts and Crafts Exhibition
16th October, 2020 - 18th October, 2020
Foster Street, Lake Cargelligo
Lake Cargelligo's Arts and Crafts Society hosts the annual Blue Waters Arts and Crafts Exhibition in Lake Cargelligo.
The exhibition includes paintings, sewing, patchwork quilts, glass work, wood work, cross stitch, photography and much more.
Mount Tilga , Condobolin
Mount Tilga is eight kilometres north on the Melrose Road and was originally knows in the 1800s as the geographical centre of NSW.
7th November, 2020
Tasker Street, Condobolin
An afternoon of German music, cuisine, dancing and beer, held on the picturesque lawns of the Sports Club, followed by an evening of dancing to a rock covers band.
The Condobolin Railway Museum
Madline Street, Condobolin
The Condobolin Railway Museum at Madline Street Condobolin is a must see for train buffs.
The Lachlander Museum
46 Bathurst Street, Condobolin
The Lachlander Museum was established in 1895 and were printing their newspaper on one of the last operational hot metal printing presses in Australia up until January 2004.
The Wiradjuri Study Centre
Corner Cunningham Street and McDonnell Street, Condobolin
The Wiradjuri Study Centre was constructed with the express purpose of promoting the study and understanding of Wiradjuri culture.
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