Weddin Mountains Region

THE QUINTESSENTIAL COUNTRY HEART OF CENTRAL NSW

In the heart of Central NSW, the Weddin Mountains Region takes in Grenfell and the surrounding rural villages of Caragabal, Quandialla, Bimbi and Greenethorpe. The region offers up a taste of quintessential country Australia and an abundance of outdoor adventures with a good measure of authentic local hospitality thrown in.

The majestic Weddin Range juts dramatically from the surrounding flat agricultural plains and has long been a landmark or meeting point for those that have inhabited the land. Set against this magnificent naturally abundant backdrop, the region has inspired many including the Wiradjuri people, those eking out an existence on the gold fields, famous bushrangers roaming the hills and even the birth of one of Australia's most famous writers – Henry Lawson.

The Weddin Mountains Region is the perfect country escape less than a half day drive from Sydney and around two hours from Canberra, Dubbo, Bathurst and Wagga.

Coaches run from passenger train networks out of Dubbo, Cootamundra and Bathurst.

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Weddin Mountains Region

The Perfect Year-round Escape

The Weddin Mountains Region is the perfect country weekend escape or day trip all year round. Less than a half day drive from Sydney and around two hours from Canberra, Dubbo, Bathurst and Wagga, visitors enjoy the wide variety of activities on offer in the region.

With four distinct seasons, there is something for everyone at any time. Snuggle up next to the fire and unwind under magnificently bright winter skies or wander the region in spring as the breathtaking landscape erupts in a magnificent patchwork of green and gold.

Sample the simple country fun of summer that locals relish – swimming, paddling, roaming the region and enjoying a cold one in a local pub. Take in the cool crisp air and magnificent autumn colours whilst bushwalking, biking, or touring the trails, country roads and villages.

Upcoming Events

‘Through the Glimmering Night’ by Sharon Field

Long Tan / Vietnam Veterans Day Commemorative Service

Wattle Walk