You’ll find Gilgandra at the junction of the Newell, Oxley and Castlereagh Highways. That’s why it’s a great place to break up your road trip or visit as part of a trip to the wider Western Region of NSW.
Walk along the ‘upside down’ Castlereagh river, a natural marvel that will have kids and adults alike scratching their heads. Along your way, you’ll see why we’re known as the town of windmills.
A country town wouldn’t be complete without a thriving main street. Wander past restaurants, cafes, a bakery and retail stores on Miller Street whilst checking out the many murals around town.
Gilgandra is a great central spot to plan a trip around. Head to the north and take in the sights of the Warrumbungles, visit some of NSW’s favourite #BuyFromTheBush shops in our neighbouring towns and enjoy our regions iconic Australian pubs. Or head south to roam with the wildlife at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo.
In Gilgandra, it’s all within your reach.