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Animals on Bikes

Obley Road, Between Dubbo and, Molong NSW 2866
Animals on Bikes is a 120 kilometre paddock art sculpture trail displaying 111 two metre high structures (and some smaller letterboxes) on the back road from Molong to Cumnock to Yeoval to Dubbo Zoo. The sculptures have been created by local farmers, farmers wives, men's sheds, sculptors, preschool kids, and playgroup mums - anyone with an artistic flair! This unique creative project captures the imagination, promotes local tourist operators, showcases rural creativity, and encapsulates the spirit of regional NSW. The sculptures can be seen at anytime, the scenic road is open and the free self drive tour can be experienced at your own pace, from the window of your car or campervan. Enjoy! Pick up some wrapping paper and a tourist map at nearby Tourist Information Centres, local newsagency and cafes, to view the colourful paddock art masterpieces.
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Jayes Gallery and Cafe

31-33 Gidley Street, Molong NSW 2866
Jayes Gallery and Cafe is a city styled gallery representing regional artists of note. Located in the heart of Molong, the gallery has a program of solo exhibitions opening monthly in Gallery One, with supporting artists in Gallery Two. The cafe located on the same site, displays works from local artists and more traditional artists. There is a sculpture garden at the rear which leads onto an alfresco area for just relaxing in the afternoon sun with a good cup of coffee and wood fired pizza. The stable of artists at Jayes consists of over 32 regional artists, sculptors and glass artists; some are new and emerging whilst others are highly reputable artists with excellent reputations. They look forward to seeing you at Jayes!
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Sweetness Your Lolly Shop and Gelato

2/17 Bank Street, Molong NSW 2866
Sweetness Your Lolly Shop and Gelato is run by sisters with great memories of their local sweet store when they were kids. Going into the local supermarket and walking down the lollie aisle just does not provide the same experience. It was for this reason they decided to open up this locally owned and family run lolly shop. They sell lollies and drinks from all over the world including America, New Zealand, England, Dutch, Belgium (chocolates) and Australia. In mid 2013, as the business was growing, they expanded into a larger shop and started selling over 32 flavours of gelato. They also created their old fashioned parlour with retro booths, and complete with music appropriate to this era. They began selling soft serve ice cream thick shakes, banana splits, spiders, tea and coffee, and slices and scones. Come along to share this old fashioned friendly experience.
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Josephine Jagger Manners Art Classes

20 Lee Street, Molong NSW 2866
Relax and unwind in an idyllic country setting with art and craft classes taken by acclaimed local artist Josephine Jagger Manners, in the stunning gardens of her home in Molong. Classes are ideally suited to beginners of all ages, and small groups of no more than six people mean you get lots of attention from Josephine. Classes include acrylic painting, papier mache bowl design and rag rug making. Half day and full day courses available, and courses include morning or afternoon tea. Classes take place through the week and on weekends.
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Grave of Yuranigh

Yuranigh Road, Molong NSW 2866
Sir Thomas Mitchell's loyal Aboriginal guide Yuranigh, is buried just out of Molong on the Mitchell Highway towards Orange. Yuranigh was buried according to aboriginal custom with carved trees at each corner of his grave, which indicated he was a man of honour. Visitors are able to enter and view the site - but please remember to shut the gate behind you.
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Yuranighs Aboriginal Grave Historic Site

Yuranighs Aboriginal Grave, Molong NSW 2866
Located just 4km south of Molong and 32km north of Orange, Yuranighs grave is a significant historical site which bears witness to important early interaction between Aboriginal and European cultures. Yuranigh, a Wiradjuri man, accompanied early explorer and surveyor Sir Thomas Mitchell on an expedition into the tropical interior of Australia in 1846. When Yuranigh died four years later, ... Visit website for more info

Printhie Wines

489 Yuranigh Road, Molong NSW 2866
Built in 2004 the Printhie Cellar Door is a wonderful place to relax and taste the 15 wines made next door in the modern state-of-the-art winery, only 25 minutes drive from Orange. Enjoy the view from the picture window behind the tasting bench in the warmth in winter or venture outdoors and relax on the veranda overlooking the Printhie vineyard to Mt Canobolas when the weather suits. Winner of four trophies at the 2007 Orange Wine Show including the coveted most Successful Exhibitor trophy, Printhie is considered one of Orange’s leading producers. ...