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Gum Bend Lake

Gum Bend Lake Road, Condobolin NSW 2877
Enjoy Gum Bend Lake, a man made lake three kilometres from Condobolin and when full is 1.75 metres deep. Opened on 22 October 1988, Gum Bend Lake was a project to commemorate Australia's bicentenary and was jointly funded by the NSW Bicentennial Council, the people of Condobolin and the Lachlan Shire Council. The Gum Bend Lake extension was opened on 20 May 1990, to commemorate the centenary of Local Government in Condobolin. Gum Bend Lake is ideal for water skiing and also proves popular with bird watchers and for fishing on the nearby Lachlan River. Facilities include picnic tables, free barbecues, playground, toilet and shower facilities and a large rest area to the east of the Lake to take a break and enjoy. To visit Gum Bend Lake travel west on Bathurst Street.

Yellow Mountain Cross Country Motor Bike Race

Racecourse Road, Condobolin NSW 2877
The Yellow Mountain Cross Country is a two day event consisting of approximately 220 kilometres each day. It is run the first weekend of August each year. Racing between the townships of Condobolin and Tottenham in western NSW, it is run as an Interclub between the two MNSW Motocycle clubs of Tottenham and Condobolin. Camping facilities are available at Condobolin and Tottenham, with showers, firewood supplied, and canteen. Canteen will run with hot food, drinks available. Breakfast is available from 6am Saturday and Sunday. A meal will be served on Saturday evening at the Tottenham racecourse. As the event is run on private properties, unregistered bikes that comply with MNSW GCCR's are eligible to race. Each year the race starts and finishes alternately at either Tottenham or Condo....

The Wiradjuri Study Centre

The Wiradjuri Study Centre, Condobolin NSW 2877
The Wiradjuri Study Centre was constructed with the express purpose of promoting the study and understanding of Wiradjuri culture. The centre offers a local hub for training, development and employment, cultural appreciation, cultural awareness and heritage issues, a keeping place and a space to yarn up. Local Indigenous art and products are available for purchase. You are welcome to visit this centre by appointment, please contact them on the phone number provided. ...
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Utes in the Paddock


Utes in the Paddock RELOCATING

Council is pleased the relaunch of the Utes in the Paddock outdoor gallery is fast tracking. Already several artists have completed restoration with more artists arriving soon.

Utes in the Paddock was a concept brought to fruition by Jana and Graham Pickles of Burrawang West Station which has significantly increased visitation to the Central West region over the last eight years. Lachlan Shire Council is honoured to be entrusted as caretaker of the gallery and has committed to dedicate time, energy and marketing resources to further develop and promote the outdoor gallery into the future.

Council relocated the Utes in the Paddock outdoor gallery from the original location at Ootha, to a secure storage site in Condobolin in August, with the aim to relaunch the gallery in early 2018 to drive visitation to the Lachlan Shire and the Central West region.


Mount Tilga

Mount Tilga , Condobolin NSW 2877
Mount Tilga is eight kilometres north on the Melrose Road and was originally knows in the 1800s as the geographical centre of NSW. Enjoy the environment at the base of the mountain, or for the more adventurous you may wish to carefully climb to the top, for panoramic 360 degree views of the lower Lachlan Valley....