Narromine Region, situated on the tranquil Macquarie River just a thirty minute drive west of Dubbo, is the perfect spot to stop and enjoy the delights of Country NSW.

While our friendly locals and rich culture make us renowned, the area is most famous for its aeronautical history showcased by the Narromine Aviation Museum which is home to aviation memorabilia, historic photographs, and three unique aircraft including the world’s only replica of the 1907 Wright Flyer Model.

For those travelling the Newell from Parkes to Gilgandra, Narromine offers an alternate loop- just turn off at Tomingley and take time to explore.

1950's Heritage Rail S Truck
  • Dandaloo Street, Narromine

Opening Hours

Public access at all times

The S Type open wagon, (S Truck) was one of the most numerous wagon types on the NSW Government Railways, and one of the last 4-wheeled rolling stock in revenue traffic. The S Truck was the backbone of the country lines as it was used to carry all types of freight to and from the bush towns to ports like Darling Harbour.

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Flying with Grace

Flying with Grace is a Satellite Flight Training School of Wings out West, operating in Narromine.

Glenn McGrath Statue
  • Tom Perry Park, Mitchell Highway, Narromine

Opening Hours

Public access at all times

Do you know about Narromine's Glenn McGrath story? 

On Saturday 6 June 2009, Narromine celebrated the unveiling of the Glenn McGrath bronze statue situated in Tom Perry Park on the Mitchell Highway. The statue is the work of local artist Brett Garling.

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Narromine Aero Club

Narromine Aero Club, situated on the western outskirts of town, is the oldest regional aero club in Australia. It is the home of the much loved and newly restored Tiger Moth.

Narromine Aerodrome
  • Mitchell Highway, Narromine

The sky is the limit to what you can do at the Narromine Aerodrome. The Narromine Aerodrome boasts a strong aeronautical history being home to the oldest Aero Club in regional Australia, housing the World’s only replica of the Wright Brothers 1907 Model A Flyer and is internationally renowned (ranked 3rd in the world) for its fantastic thermals creating great gliding conditions.

Narromine Aquatic Centre

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday (season ticket holder only): 6:00am - 8:00am
Monday - Friday: 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Weekends: 10:00am - 6:00pm

Narromine Aquatic Centre hosts a 50m Olympic Pool plus a child's pool, play equipment, BBQ facilities, kiosk and open grassed and shaded areas. All entry fees and opening times can be found on the website.

Narromine Aviation Museum

Opening Hours

Open Wednesday - Monday 10am - 4pm

Many people are surprised to learn that flying at Narromine started as early as 1919. Within the museum walls is a captivating exhibition of artefacts, documents and photographs which tell the story of aviation as it unfolded on one of Australia’s most historic aerodromes.

Marvel at the frail construction of the Narromine Wright Flyer ‘A’, the world’s first flyable replica of the 1907 ancestor of powered aircraft. The Corben Super Ace homebuilt sport plane of 1938 and the Venture glider of 1953, both found in farm sheds in recent years, are restored and unique in the world. A Sabre jet fighter can be viewed by arrangement.

Narromine Bowling Club
Narromine Gliding Club

Opening Hours

Open by appointment

Narromine Golf Club
  • Warren Road, Narromine
  • 6889 1179

Opening Hours

7 days a week

The Narromine Golf Club is located less than 1km from the CBD and boasts a well maintained, fully irrigated sand green course. The 18-hole course is an easy walk for golfers of all ages.

Narromine Iris Farm

Opening Hours

Open 6 days a week – Closed Saturdays

A visit to Narromine’s charming Iris Farm is a “must-see”. Once an old bull yard, the five acre site now boasts over 1200 varieties of beautiful tall bearded iris in full bloom from October to early November. Enjoy a cuppa in the lovely shaded picnic area and browse through the wonderful collection of rocks, minerals, corals and shells. Coach bookings welcome and mail orders are available all year round.

Narromine Library
  • 31 Dandaloo Street, Narromine
  • 6889 1088

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday: 10:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 12:00pm

The Macquarie Regional Library in Narromine provides a range of services from school holiday programs, reading programs and much more.

Narromine Local Aboriginal Land Council Keeping Place

If you have an interest in history and culture, then a “must do” whilst in the region is a visit to the Narromine Local Aboriginal Land Council Keeping Place. Experience the culture of the region, spend time browsing through the collection of artefacts, paintings and scarred trees and hear stories about our local people. The Keeping Place building itself, has a long history, including being the old Narromine News Printing Works. Guided tours by appointment. Individual and group bookings welcome.

Narromine Local History Room

Opening Hours

Opening hours Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 10.30am - 5.30 pm

Narromine Local History Room, located in the Narromine Library provides a plethora of historical information on the communities of Narromine, Trangie and Tomingley including the early settlements of Dandaloo, Timbrebongie, McPhail, Wyanga, and Gin Gin.

Narromine Sports and Fitness Centre

Opening Hours

24/7 Gym available once a member.
Tuesday: 9:00am - 11:30am & 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 11:30am & 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 11:30am & 2:00pm - 4:30pm

Narromine War Memorial Cemetary
  • Parkes Road, Narromine

Opening Hours

Public access at all times

Narromine War Cemetery is located on Parkes Road, at the southern boundary of town.

This War Cemetery is one of 72 official Commonwealth War Graves in Australia.

Included in this cemetery are the graves of Squadron Leader ‘Sammy’ McGoldrick RAAF and Flight Lieutenant French RAF whose Mosquito fighter-bomber rolled onto its back over town during training exercises and crashed in a fireball near the saleyards on Friday 27th July 1945, as horrified locals looked on.

Narromine Wetlands

Opening Hours

Access available at all time. Please note the toilet facilities are locked of an evening.

Take time to experience the tranquillity of the Narromine Wetlands. Located on the Narromine/Tullamore Road, just on the outskirts of town the wetlands provide the idea place for a quiet picnic or a brisk walk.

Soar Narromine

Opening Hours

Open by appointment

Warrior Warbirds

Opening Hours

Bookings only

Adventure flights with Warrior Warbirds in their unique aircraft will excite all the senses and leave you with an experience you will remember forever. Bookings are essential.

Waverleigh Cotton Farm Tours

With over 150 years of farming heritage to best practice maodern cotton growing the Elder family will share the secrets behind their successful enterprise. Open December to early March. Groups of 20 or smaller. Bookings essential.

Amatuer Photography Night Tour

Opening Hours

By appointment

Anti-aircraft Gun and Navy Submarine Torpedo
  • 56 Dandaloo Street, Trangie
Big Billy
  • Mitchell Highway, Trangie
Bird Watching
  • Goan Waterhole. Mitchell Highway, Trangie

Enjoy bird watching from Goan Water Hole. Keep your eyes open as a small flock of the endangered species Swift Parrots was recently spotted in Trangie

Country Rhymes Gallery

Opening Hours

10am - 4pm

The gallery is a salute to ‘A Land Called ‘Country’ ... its people, flora & fauna from pioneering  years onwards including  a tribute to our Anzacs.  On display are the works of award-winning  Australian poet  Maggie May Gordon in conjunction with various artists, together with a display of old wares.  There is also a focus on Maggie’s major work: ‘Eureka! the Musical’ staged for the Melbourne Festival 2004 at Her Majesty’s Theatre and nominated for Best Musical in the Robert Helpmann Awards for Australian Theatre.

Garford Fire Engine
  • Dandaloo Street, Trangie

A “must see’ is the old town fire truck 1918 - Garford fire engine which is housed in a refurbished shopfront in the mainstreet of Trangie.

The Studio - Trangie
  • 14 - 16 Dandaloo Street, Trangie
  • 0408 847 453

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 3:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 1pm
Sunday: 9am - 12pm

An open Art studio featuring local Artist Lottie Rae, homewares, plants and coffee bar with local produce. 

Trangie Aquatic Centre

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday: 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Weekends: 10:00am - 6:00pm

Trangie Aquatic Centre hosts a 25m pool and children's pool. Other facilities include BBQ facilities and open and shaded grassed areas. All entry fees and opening hours can be found on the website. 

Trangie Bowling Club
  • 35 Dandaloo Street, Trangie
  • 6888 7055
Trangie Golf Club
  • Dandaloo Road, Trangie
  • 6888 7159

Located just 1km from Trangie's CBD, the Trangie Golf Club is an 18-hole, soil green, tree lined course. 

Trangie Library

Opening Hours

Monday: 1:00pm - 5:30pm
Wednesday - Friday: 10:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 12:00pm

The Macquarie Regional Library in Trangie provides a range of services from school holiday programs, reading programs and much more.

Trangie Wungunja Cultural Centre

Opening Hours

7 days 10am - 3pm
(closed for an hour at lunch)

The centre showcases a large variety of artefacts that have been sourced through long term loans with the Australian Museum and the Office of Environment and Heritage, donations from local people and collections owned by the Trangie Local Aboriginal Land Council. The valuable collection represents family history and information including displays of photos and stories of local Aboriginal people who have served our Country from World War 1.

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Goobang National Park
  • Newell Highway, Tomingley

Goobang National Park, near Tomingley is a central NSW gem. The park offers scenic views, bush walking, bush camping, picnic areas, mountain biking trails, and 4WD touring.

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Quentin Park Alpaca Farm and Studio

Opening Hours

Open by appointment 0484 576 928

Located just North of Tomingley (50km south of Dubbo and 35km south of Narromine), Quentin Park Alpaca Farm and Studio gives you the opportunity to meet, pat, learn and maybe kiss an Alpaca. The Alpaca farm frequently holds events such as Alpaca Pics, Picnics and Punch, Alpaca Meet & Greet and High Tea with the Alpacas. Outside of their special events, the farm is currently open by appointment only.

Quentin Park Alpacas is also home to Am Paperarts, a paper-maker, designer and fibre artist which includes specialised products and gift ideas made from natural alpaca wool, including the popular Alpaca Flowers.