Resting on the Murrumbidgee River and located at the crossroads of the Newell and Sturt Highways, Narrandera will captivate, refresh and delight you.

Surrounded by historic buildings and tree-lined streetscapes, visitors will be indulged by an excellent range of accommodation options, eateries, boutique shopping, together with an abundance of interesting activities and attractions.

Discover Narrandera’s picturesque natural treasures. The Narrandera Fisheries Centre provides educational information about native fish species, while the Murrumbidgee River, Lake Talbot, Bundidgerry Creek and Wetlands offer all kinds of activities for outdoor lovers. Water skiing, fishing, boating, and the ‘Narrandera Bike and Hike’ Trails are all hugely popular; and the amazing birdlife and wildlife are a photographer's delight. Koala spotting and nature tours can be arranged by contacting Narrandera’s Visitor Information Centre.

Narrandera’s Parkside Cottage Museum, Tiger Moth Memorial, Royal Doulton Fountain, Historic Railway Bridge and Kiesling’s Lane Heritage Walk are just some of the highlights that offer insight into Narrandera’s history and character.

If you are thinking “Big”, Narrandera is home to Australia’s biggest playable guitar and the ‘Big Fig Tree’, while the Big Tennis Racquet can be found in the neighbouring village of Barellan.

Visit the quality Narrandera Golf Course or Bowling and Recreation Club for a few holes of golf or a relaxing game of lawn bowls; explore the antique and gift stores or take the short drive to the charming villages of Barellan and Grong Grong and enjoy the beauty, serenity and generous hospitality.

Visit the Narrandera Tourism Website for more tourism information or find details of the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre here.