Riverina Attractions

The Riverina is NSW largest geographical food & wine-producing region. The Murrumbidgee plays a vital role of providing water for irrigation farming in the region. Fed by the mouth of the river, farmi...
An ideal way to explore around the city of Wagga Wagga, the Wiradjuri Walking Track is a 30 km trail designed to showcase the history and nature of the regional centre. From the Wagga Wagga Informatio...
Displaying a wealth of historical memorabilia, Gundagai Historical Museum has, since 1968, been home to a treasure trove of memorabilia that tells a tale of Riverina past. From pioneering life to nost...
One of the state's premier art venues, Griffith Regional Theatre showcases world class performing arts and entertainment to the Riverina region. Offering a program to cater to all artistic tastes, cho...
Gives a view of the Corbie Hill citrus area, the town and surrounding district.
The paddle steamers of the inland river system began operations in the 1850s. During their hey-day riverboats played a pivotal role providing an important means of transport for the inhabitants of the...
Provides a panoramic view of Griffith and surrounding farmlands.
Has Olympic, childrens and toddlers swimming pools, giant waterslide, rampage, bush walking tracks, caravan park, holiday lodges and boating facilities.
built 1866, the longest timber viaduct in Australia and the southern hemisphere.
A cathedral in miniature containing 21,000 pieces of marble mined in N.S.W. was created by former Gundagai monumental mason Frank Rusconi in his spare time over 25 years.
Rusconis Marble Masterpiece is a cathedral in miniature containing 20,948 pieces of N.S.W marble, every piece cut, turned and polished by hand.
Cocoparra National Park is situated on 8,358 hectares. Located 25 kilometres north-east of Griffith, Cocoparra offers a chance to see original Riverina forests with wattles, orchids and tough-as-nails...
Established as a Centenary of Federation Project, the Heritage Centre showcases Cootamundra's agricultural, transport, cultural and educational history
Located on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in the State of New South Wales, and is considered the capital of the Riverina area. Wagga Wagga is an aboriginal...