Temora boasts three museums and immaculately preserved historic buildings, all set against the beautiful landscape of the Canola Trail.
A must-see is the Temora Aviation Museum, home of arguably the world’s finest collection of flying warbird aircraft - including the only two flying Spitfires and the oldest flying Tiger Moth in Australia. Time a visit to the region to catch one of the spectacular flying display days hosted by the museum. If you are looking for accommodation on the airbase look no further than Skylodge Temora Accomodation.
Explore more than three acres of historic Australian treasures at the Bundawarrah Centre (formerly the Temora Rural Museum), featuring changing exhibitions, the Ambulance Museum, Australian cricketer’s Sir Donald Bradman’s first home and the Wiradjuri Keeping Place.
Grab a picnic and head to Lake Centenary to watch the V8 jetboats in action or for a more relaxing day of swimming, water skiing or fishing. In the nearby village of Ariah Park you can explore wide heritage verandahs, quirky petrol bowsers and dine at the beautiful country pub, the Ariah Park Hotel.