Attractions

Grenfell has a range of attractions that are available for visitors and local's (perfect for visiting friends and relatives). Further information about our attractions can be found below.

We have brilliant facilities for our visitors and residents to use including parks, playgrounds, a swimming pool, skate park and more. More information about the parks and facilities can be found here.

Grenfell also offers a range of events throughout the year such as the Henry Lawson Festival and the Grenfell Gold Fest. The full calendar of events can be found here.


  • Bird Watching & Bird Trails

    Grenfell is unique for bird life in that a considerable proportion of the district is timbered, forest-woodland. It is the ideal location for bird watching in their natural …

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  • Festival Walk of Fame

    To commemorate the 50th Henry Lawson Festival of Arts in 2007, plaques honouring each official guest were laid in the Main Street footpaths. The plaques are randomly placed on …

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  • Gold Trails

    Grenfell - A Gold Trails Town. In an extraordinary period from 1851 onwards, people rushed to make their fortunes on a series of goldfields that were discovered in NSW. The new …

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  • Grenfell Art Gallery

    The Art Gallery opened in the Grenfell Community Hub Building in March 2009 and has regular exhibitions on display. Exhibitions feature local and regional artists and sculptors …

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  • Grenfell Historical Museum

    Exhibitions at the Grenfell Historic Museum are themed around a bedroom and kitchen display from the early 1900s, Above the Shaft - a gold mining exhibition, Henry Lawson, …

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  • Henry Lawson Tributes

    A monument is situated at the birthplace of Henry Lawson one of Australia’s most famous poets, who wrote short stories like the slapstick Loaded Dog and the moving …

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  • Iandra Castle

    Iandra Castle is located within the Weddin Shire. The Iandra Homestead Pastoral Estate, originally established on 32,000 acres by George Henry Greene from 1878-1911, is of …

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  • O'Brien's Lookout

    The first suggestion of gold in the Weddin Mountains area was first reported in the Yass Courier in 21st February 1863, yet it was nearly 3 years until Cornelius O'Brien who was …

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  • Ochre Arch Farm Tours

    If you’ve a few hours to spare and want to experience some of our country side a guided educational tour of Ochre Arch farm is a must. Owners Phillip and Jan Diprose take …

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  • Patina Gallery Grenfell

    Kathleen McCue is a artist/sculptor, based in Grenfell, and in 2014 opened her gallery. Inspired by native fauna and flora as a child growing up on Mangrove Mountain near Gosford, …

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  • Seaton's Farm

    For lovers of history and those interested in bush culture Seaton’s Farm located close to Ben Hall’s Cave campground is on the north west of the Weddin Mountain …

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  • The Big Gold Pick & Pan

    Australia is known for its big things. There is the Big Cherries in Young, the Big Merino in Goulburn, the Big Gold Panner in Bathurst and the list goes on. In Grenfell, we have …

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  • The Night Sky

    Big open dark indigo skies filled with sparkling stars are what you see when you look into the sky from Grenfell. Grenfell provides perfect dark skies suitable for …

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  • Wallangreen Sculpture Garden

    Wallangreen Sculpture Garden features over 100 steel sculptures, both thought provoking and fun made from recycled farm machinery. There is 1 h of grounds with many shady paths …

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