In partnership with Narromine Region.
Narromine is situated on the tranquil Macquarie River, just a short 30-minute drive west of Dubbo in the centre of New South Wales. The Narromine Region is the perfect base to visit the Great Western Plains.
While in Narromine, relax among a lush rural setting, dotted with quaint country pubs and fabulous fishing spots. While the town may be renowned for its friendly locals and bucolic charm, it’s the aeronautical history that wins over visitors year after year.
A must-see is the Narromine Aviation Museum, which houses the world’s only replica of a 1907 Wright Flyer Model A. Explore the extensive collection of artefacts, documents and photos that tell the story of aviation and the famous aviators who made regular visits to Narromine during the 1920s and 1930s.
The quaint township of Trangie, with a population of 1000, is just 34-kilometres west of Narromine on the Mitchell Highway, and is home to the Wungunja Cultural Centre. The centre provides an insight into the region’s indigenous heritage and showcases a number of artefacts, including a carved ceremonial tree and an old log cabin. Trangie is also home to a number of boutiques and cafes offering unique treasures, clothing, jewellery and much more!
Tomingley is the southern gateway to the Narromine Region and is adjacent to the entry of Goobang National Park, which has camping grounds, basic facilities and picnic areas, and some amazing bushwalking tracks. Enjoy a meal at the pub, or treat yourself to a visit to the Quentin Park Alpaca Farm.
Visit www.narromineregion.com.au for more information, or follow the Narromine Region on Instagram or Facebook. It’s worth the drive!