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Picture17Altina Wildlife Park

This outstanding Altina Wildlife Park has unique personalised tours, accomplished in style via a Horse Drawn Cart furnished with comfortable seats. The open-aired and leisurely feel of the tour will allow you to experience close up encounters with our animals.
Whilst touring our Park that is cradled amongst majestic River Red Gums, observe many splendid native bird and animal species such as Parrots, Emus, Birds of Prey, Kangaroos and Goannas. The highlights of the tour are the exotic animals that roam in large open styled enclosures which are very content to feed near the cart as we stop for a closer look.

 Opening times

Open 7 days, except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day. Bookings are essential.

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Lake TalboGTOLandscape__9209827_2700_View_over_Pool_Complex_from_Westt Swimming Complex

A shady lawn-covered amphitheatre surrounds three large swimming pools and a toddlers pool. A water slide, rampage slide and children’s playground as well a kiosk and coin operated barbecues add to the amenity of this oasis at the edge of Lake Talbot.
Lake Talbot is the premier swimming and recreational facility of the Riverina so be sure to come along and enjoy the fun from November through to March annually.

Opening times

10am – 7pm November to March

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GTOLandscape__9172467_TNSW_Riverina_ExperienceMurrumbidgee River Cycling Tours
Riverina Experience

Riverina Experience tours explore areas of the Riverina’s red gum forests and Murrumbidgee River only locals know about, allowing you to get up close and personal with nature as you discover more about the region, including its many birds and animals in a relaxed yet exhilarating way.

There’s no better way to see the Riverina’s great outdoors, meet interesting people, get some exercise and enjoy a healthy dose of fresh air in the magnificent Australian bush. So whether you want to explore the Riverina by foot, a kayak or on a bike, let Riverina Experience guide you through it.

GTOLandscape__9214300_2700_CREDIT_DAILY_ADVERTISER__PARKSIDE_COTTAGE_MUSEUMParkside Cottage Museum

The Parkside Cottage Museum situated in a century-old building was established in 1968 and holds some extremely important items. These include; a first-rate yesteryear Telecom equipment display, a set of silver ingots marking 1,000 years of monarchy, an extensive and valuable worldwide collection of shells. The celebrated scarlet coloured merino cloak is also on display and is the only one of its kind in the world, made from the first bale of wool sent to England by the Macarthur family in 1816.

Opening times

10:30am to 5pm Monday to Saturday; 2pm to 5pm Sunday


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