Stop by the Heritage Centre, located in a former railway barracks built in 1927, for fascinating local history. Then delve into Australian cricketing history at (Sir Donald) Bradman’s birthplace cottage, which has been lovingly restored and filled with memorabilia.
Take a stroll along the Captains Walk in Jubilee Park featuring bust sculptures of Australia Test Cricket captains.
Cycle the regions many quiet roads or hike to the top of Pioneer Park for wonderful views.
Take a scenic drive passing by some of Australia’s best wheat and canola country and visit the historic villages of Wallendbeen and Stockinbingal.
An iconic town set against the picturesque Murrumbidgee River. Learn about infamous bushranger Captain Moonlite at The Old Gundagai Gaol and discover more local history at the Gundagai Museum.
Stop by the beautiful sculpture honouring Wiradjuri flood heroes Yarri and Jacky Jacky in the main street. Rusconi’s Marble Masterpiece located at the Visitor Information Centre is sure to surprise and delight.
The town’s best mate, the Dog on the Tuckerbox, is eight kilometres north of the RV-friendly town. But before you go, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the historic Niagara Café for a tasty bite to eat.