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Australian Rail Monument and Museum

Single Street, Werris Creek ACT 2341
Werris Creek is the first and last railway town in NSW and is located on a major railway junction. The Werris Creek railway station is the third largest in NSW. It houses the Werris Creek Rail Journeys Museum, which makes this town's railway past come back to life. The stunning displays are a credit to the tireless volunteers who made this museum happen. Constant upgrades and new displays will make the visitor come back again and again. Any donations go towards upgrading and maintaining the museum. The Australian Railway Monument commemorates railway men and women who have lost their lives in railway accidents since 1850. The landscaped monument area features six three metre stainless steel sculptures of railway workers created by Australian Artist Dominique Sutton, an amphitheatre for public concerts and over 2400 names on walls of remembrance.
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Quirindi Rural Heritage Village and Museum

Kamilaroi Highway, Quirindi NSW 2343
The Quirindi Rural Heritage Village is situated three kilometres west of Quirindi on the Kamilaroi Highway. It has been designed to collect, preserve, restore, interpret and exhibit artefacts that relate to the history, heritage and culture of the Liverpool Plains. Try out the old fashioned telephone line or marvel at the horse carriages and sulkies. The exhibits are so lovingly designed they bring history back to life. In association with the village, a Classic Car and Enthusiasts Club has been formed which holds monthly social days. The Rural Heritage Village is also home to the Quirindi Village Miniature Railway, where a HO gauge model railway takes visitors on a 650 metre, scenic round trip on the fourth Sunday of every month. The new tunnel is a fantastic addition to the trip! The Miniature Railway runs every 4th Sunday per month from 10am to 3pm. Closed shoes must be worn.
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Quirindi Rural Heritage Village

15 Borambil Road, Quirindi NSW 2343
The Quirindi Rural Heritage Village showcases the development of rural Australia and the rich farming district of the Liverpool Plains in particular. Peruse its 2,000 plus exhibits; from aboriginal artefacts through to the explorer's early settlers, it demonstrates the trials and tribulations faced by the pioneers of this vast country. Household items (particularly kitchenalia and lacework) and craft of bygone eras, tools, cameras, restored buggies, tractors, steam engines, stationery motors, threshing machines, and lawnmowers are all on display. Butcher, dairy, bakery, milk bar and demonstrative rooms, historic loom, unique model tram set. View machinery sheds, the blacksmith's shop, or perhaps take a ride on the 650 metre miniature railway, which can be booked for birthdays and social occasions. There is also an excellent coffee shop. The annual machinery enthusiasts rally and swap meet is held on the first weekend in May. School/social groups are welcome. Disabled toilet facilities are available.
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Bob's Shed

35 Ray Carter Drive, Quirindi NSW 2343
Take a stroll down Memory Lane in Bob's Shed where you can find an old time General Store stocked with authentic 40s and 50s items, admire the collection of historic pub items in the Railway Hotel and visit Peter Brocks World - an amazing tribute to an Australian icon. Bob will tell you stories attached to his collection, which just adds to the quirk of the place.

Quirindi Spring Show

Wallabadah Road, Quirindi NSW 2343
Quirindi proudly shows off everything its vibrant community has on offer at the annual Quirindi Spring Show. See everything from arts and crafts, cooking, sewing, horticulture to horsemanship, cattle, poultry, pets and sheep. The Quirindi Show Girl will be announced on Saturday, which is the main day of the show. Friday and Sunday will feature horse and cattle events. On Saturday there is the Woodchop Competition, Ute Show, Bull and Steer Ride, Horse events, cooking competitions and lots of entertainment as well as lots of stalls. Side Show Alley is open all weekend. The Show has become bigger and better every year for the past three years, don't miss it!...
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Quirindi Grain and produce

21 Whittaker street, Quirindi NSW 2343

Quirindi Grain was established in 1979 by brothers Rob and John Webster. Originally operating as grain trading and storage facility they were located in Corbould Street – the old mill is still sitting there today. From here they supplied NSW with locally grown bagged products.

Quirindi Grain moved to a new warehouse and office in Hill Street in 1993. The warehouse boasted a 4,500sq foot area used for storing produce, seed, fertilizer and Ag chemicals. The new office facility included a laboratory with all the essential equipment to conduct grain assessments.