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Grenfell Historical Museum

Starr Street, Grenfell NSW 2810
The Grenfell Historical Museum is located on Camp Street next to the Post Office and Fire Station in the former School of Arts building. Before the discovery of gold in 1866, the Grenfell area was well known as a haunt for bushrangers, in
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Grenfell Art Gallery

88 Main Street, Grenfell NSW 2810
The Grenfell Art Gallery is a labour of love for local artists. It is staffed completely by volunteers. Exhibitions feature local and regional artists and sculptors. The gallery adds a professional venue for the arts community of Grenfell.
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Basin Gully to Eualdrie lookout track

Holy Camp Road, Grenfell NSW 2810
4.5km (one way) - 3.5 hour - Medium difficulty This fascinating and challenging walk takes you through several different vegetation communities, deep gullies and ridges and then onto a plateau where you can look out to the east towards Grenfell. You'll be surrounded by white box, Blakely's red gum, grey box and fuzzy box. As you move up the slope, you go through heathland dominated by shrubby she-oak ... Visit website for more info
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Eualdrie walking track

Holy Camp Road, Grenfell NSW 2810
2.4km (one way) - 1.5 hour - Hard difficulty Situated in Weddin Mountains National Park, near Cowra, Eualdrie walking track follows an old logging trail from Holy Camp. From the base of the mountain you'll climb steeply to Peregrine lookout, where you can look across to the township of Grenfell. As you ascend, enjoy the constantly changing views of the sandstone escarpments and surrounding farmland. This moderate track, ... Visit website for more info
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The Big Gold Pick and Pan

West Street, Grenfell NSW 2810
Australia is known for its many big things. There is the Big Pineapple, the Big Banana, the Big Merino, the Big Prawn and the list goes on. In Grenfell, there is the the Big Gold Pick and Pan! The pick and pan were constructed under the supervision of the Grenfell Men's Shed, and was built in recognition of Grenfell's significant contribution to the Australian gold era during the mid to late 1860s.
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O'Brien's Hill

103 Cowra Road, Grenfell NSW 2810
O'Brien's Hill in Grenfell is the site where gold was first discovered in Grenfell in 1866. The site is easily accessible to visitors with car parking, picnic facilities and toilets. There is remnant mining machinery on the site including a horse works, stamper, air shafts and poppet head. Extensive interpretive signage explains the gold production which took place in the late 1860's.
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Weddin Bird Trails

Weddin Shire Council, Weddin Street, Grenfell NSW 2810
Grenfell in the Weddin Shire, is unique for bird life in that a considerable proportion of the district is timbered, forest-woodland. The 12 signposted locations are ideal for bird watching in their natural habitat. Some bird trails are within minutes from the town of Grenfell. The trails take in a variety of habitat include wetlands, National Park and open farmland. Birds frequently observed in the area include Superb Parrot, Diamond Firetail and the Superb Fairy-wren. For a copy of the self-guided map please go to the Grenfell website or drop into the Grenfell Visitor Centre in Main Street.
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Conimbla National Park

Kangarooby Road, Grenfell NSW 2810
A short drive from Cowra and Grenfell, Conimbla National Park is a quiet, tranquil nature reserve where you can enjoy easy, peaceful bushwalks amid rugged hills and farming country. Yambira mountain and its surrounding forested ranges rise nearly 500m above the plain, forming a 'bush island' amid the central west farmlands. Rock ledges and small waterfalls have formed along ... Visit website for more info

The Calico Duck Bed and Breakfast

62 East Street, Grenfell NSW 2810
The Calico Duck Bed and Breakfast is a cosy cottage nestled in a leafy garden in historic Grenfell. Accommodation includes: one queen bedroom, one double bedroom, lounge room, dining room, bathroom, air-conditioning, fridge, microwave, tea/coffee making, electric blankets, wood fire in winter and a delicious home cooked breakfast. Hosts Bob and Sally offer a relaxing break where you can discover the town's attractions. After a restful night's sleep, enjoy a cooked hearty breakfast before tripping off to immerse yourselves in the local history. So whether you are exploring the rich historical past of Grenfell, visiting family or just passing through town, the Calico Duck is your home away from home....

Grenfell Endemic Garden

88 Main Street, Grenfell NSW 2810
The Endemic Garden is located just a short drive from the Grenfell Visitor Information Centre near O'Briens Hill, mid western Highway. It was established by the Cartwright and Luthje families in 1997. The garden features plants native to the Grenfell area including rare and unique endemic native plants. You will find a variety of mint bushes and grevilleas only found in Grenfell....

Shades of Light - Art Exhibition

88 Main Street, Grenfell NSW 2810
An eclectic collection of photographs, photographic art and digital illustrations by Roslyn Elms, and hand painted porcelain by Elaine Dowd. Artwork will be sub-headed "Moments and Light", Landscapes and Porcelain Art; "The Light Within", Portraits; and "Bending the Light", Digital Art and Digital Illustration....