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There is much to see in and do within Gunnedah and the surrounding regions.

Gunnedah is a great spot to base yourself to explore the region – with day trips to local National Parks including Mount Kaputar, Warrumbungle's and Coolah tops a must.
There are many other attractions including the Heritage Sculptures at Pensioners Hill and several important memorials, museums, and parks. Gunnedah is known for its abundance of native wildlife and is proud of its rich agricultural vistas and breathtaking Australian Landscape.

Take the opportunity to explore the area by foot or road and see real country Australia at its best – full of furry friends and amazing sunsets.

Call in to the Visitor Information Centre to find out more.

  • Koalas

    Due to the abundant variety of favoured eucalyptus and freedom from disease, Gunnedah's Koala population is increasing and locals and visitors and visitors alike feel privileged to witness these threatened Australian icons easily in their natural habitat. Read More
  • Dorothea Mackellar

    Isobel Marion Dorothea Mackellar was born on 1 July 1885. The Mackellar family owned several properties in the Gunnedah area, including "Kurrumbede" and "The Rampadells" approximately 25 km north west of the town bordering the Namoi River. Read More
  • Land of the Kamiloroi

    The Gunnedah Shire has a proud, rich and vibrant aboriginal heritage and is the traditional land of the Gunn-e-darr people of the Kamilaroi Tribe. The Gunnedah area features local aboriginal sites that you shouldn't miss seeing. Read More
  • Art Galleries

    Gunnedah has a long tradition of supporting artistic and cultural events. Gunnedah features wonderful community galleries that are a highlight for any art lover and a must see for community members and visitors to the town. Read More
  • Cycleways, Walks & Tours

    Enjoy the picturesque scenery and abundant wildlife while discovering our charming country town by journeying around using one of Gunnedah's many cycleways, walks, drives and town tours. Read More
  • Markets, Food & Produce

    Gunnedah has a long tradition of holding Country Markets on the third Saturday of each month and our town also features The Plains of Plenty co-operative, both of which are well worth a visit. Read More
  • Family & Recreation

    Gunnedah is a great spot to base yourself to explore the region – with day trips to local National Parks including Mount Kaputar, Warrumbungle's and Coolah tops a must. Read More
  • Heritage & History

    Gunnedah and the surrounding towns all feature historic memorials, statues, and significant places. Gunnedah is an ideal base for exploring the small rural villages dotted around the shire. Read More
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Our Hours

Mon to Fri: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: 10am - 3pm

Sunday: 10am - 3pm

Our Location

83 Chandos Street

Gunnedah NSW

2380

Our Details

Phone: 02 6740 2230

Fax: 02 6740 2119

Email: tourism@infogunnedah.com.au