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Narromine is worth the drive

Narromine is worth the drive

In partnership with Narromine Shire Council

The Narromine Region includes three very unique towns, the hub being the town of Narromine on the banks of the tranquil Macquarie River; Tomingley, a quaint village on the edge of the Goobang National Park; and Trangie, with a strong Cobb and Co History.

Renowned for its agricultural diversity paired with excellent tourist attractions, the region is the perfect spot to stop and enjoy the delights of country New South Wales and to take in the vast and beautiful open spaces.

While the region is known for its friendly locals and rich culture, 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 aircrafts, including the world’s only replica of the 1907 Wright Flyer ‘A’ Model.

The region is a popular stopover for travellers heading west, and is the perfect scenic route for those travelling the Newell from Parkes on to Gilgandra – just turn off at Tomingley and take time to explore. Once in the region, sit back and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, and experience the high-end boutiques, unique eateries, and exciting attractions scattered through the three towns.

The Narromine region is located a short 30-minute drive west of Dubbo on the Mitchell Highway, and is a 5.5-hour drive from Sydney. The interstate highway linkages from all directions and daily public transport travel options are endless!

Take a plane, train or coach from Sydney to Dubbo and hire a car or take a bus from Dubbo to Narromine. Head north with your family and enjoy the scenic route between Tomingley and Eumungerie, straight through the heart of the Narromine region.

Visit Narromine Region, it’s worth the drive!

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