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Gogeldrie Weir

1 Gogeldrie Road, Leeton NSW 2705
Gogeldrie Weir is a major irrigation structure located on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River and is the principal water diversion point for the Coleambally irrigation area, as well as providing supplementary supplies of water to the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Areas. The grounds of Gogeldrie Weir are an ideal picnic/camping area for families with fantastic barbecue facilities, toilets, showers and fully stocked kiosk. Fishing equipment available for hire. 20 cabins are also available.
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Toorak Wines

Vineyard 279, Toorak Road, Leeton NSW 2705
Toorak Winery is a family owned and operated winery, making a range of premium wines, supplying Australian and international markets. It is situated in the heart of the Riverina, in the town of Leeton which is approximately half way between Melbourne and Sydney. With 40 years of providing quality wine, Toorak Winery brings an exciting range of wines to wine enthusiasts all over the world! The warm summer climate produces wines with rich, ripe aromas and intense varietal fruit characteristics. Home of Willandra Estate, Willandra Leeton Selection, Frank Senior Port and Amesbury Estate Wines. Exclusive labels, export wines and special releases are available at cellar door sales.
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Roxy Theatre Leeton

114-118 Pine Avenue, Leeton NSW 2705
The Roxy in Leeton is an art deco building and was opened in 1930 as a cinema and a stage was added in 1933. The Roxy film screen is one of the largest roll-up mechanised screens in Australia measuring approximately 16 metres wide by 8 metres high. The Roxy is one of a small number of two level cinemas in New South Wales, and has been classified by the National Trust. In its present role, is a multi-function centre combining concert, live theatre, films and community events with a capacity in excess of 800 seats. Films are screened on Friday and Saturday nights, with matinees during school holidays. Tours of the Art Deco Theatre are available on request.
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Fivebough Wetlands

Petersham Road entrance and carpark, Leeton NSW 2705
*Please note that Fivebough Wetland is currently closed to the public due to Crown Lands undertaking significant environmental improvement works. Given the extended period of wet weather it is likely that the wetland will be closed to the public for some time. Visitors thinking of visiting the wetland should make prior contact with Crown Lands or Leeton Shire Council to determine that the wetland has been reopened to the public. Fivebough Swamp is two kilometres north-east of Leeton, New South Wales. The wetlands contain a habitat of exceptional quality for water birds, particularly waders. Around 174 different species of bird have been observed at Fivebough to date. Call into Leeton Visitors Information Centre prior to visiting to obtain maps and local bird information.
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Tastes of Leeton

10 Yanco Avenue, Leeton NSW 2705
Tastes of Leeton presentation is held 11.30am daily at the Leeton Visitors Information Centre. Visitors will learn about some of the local industries here in Leeton such as citrus, walnuts, and rice. You will get to taste some of the products and also take away a few samples. The presentation takes about 20 minutes and would be of interest to families, travellers, and students. Group bookings are more than welcome.
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McCaughey Bicentennial Park

Hebden Street, Yanco NSW 2703
McCaughey Bicentennial Park is an original natural spring fed waterhole, which existed as part of North Yanco Station - one of the pastoral holdings owned by the late Sir Samuel McCaughey. The waterhole was used for sheep brought in for shearing at the shearing shed, then located in front of the present Powerhouse building. In 1987, Leeton Shire Council undertook the project and transformed the area into a tranquil aquatic reserve, a haven for swans, geese, ducks and other native waterbirds. The site now includes a statue in memory of Sir Samuel McCaughey who showed that irrigation was possible on his property North Yanco Station. A wonderful area for family barbecues and picnics with excellent play equipment for children on offer.
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Yanco Agricultural High School

259 Euroly Road, Yanco NSW 2703
Within a few hundred metres of the beautiful tree-studded banks of the Murrumbidgee River stands a school made famous by its contribution to the agricultural life of Australia. It has 280 hectares of rich arable land in a district noted for its remarkable agricultural productivity and for the pioneering work in irrigation farming of the late Sir Samuel McCaughey, one of the nation's best known graziers. Residential accommodation is provided for 350 students. The 8,900 hectare North Yanko estate, was purchased by the State Government in 1912 for the initiation of the Murrumbidgee Irrigation area. The school land was transferred to the New South Wales Department of Education for education purposes and the Yanco Agricultural High School opened in the early months of 1922. Visitors are welcome to view the main building during school hours only. Please call at the office to obtain a pass.
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Yanco Weir

Yanco Weir Road, Leeton NSW 2705
The 1929 Yanco Weir is one of the earliest weirs built on the Murrumbidgee River to regulate the flow of water to the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area. It was reconstructed in 1980 with a fixed wall and separate gated control structure on the Murrumbidgee River. A quiet area suitable for picnics or nature watching.

Yanco Village Markets

Main Avenue, Yanco NSW 2703
Yanco Village Markets are on the last Sunday of the month from 9am to 1pm. They are held in the Yanco Hall and feature handmade crafts, jewellery, baked goods, plants, fruit and vegetables, bric a brac, and much much more. Get in early to bag a bargain! Contact Mary Stevenson on the phone number provided for further information. ...