Attractions

  • Temora Airport

    Address:
    Airport St, Temora NSW 2666, Australia .

    Famous Air shows

  • Aviation Museum

    Address:
    1 Tom Moon Avenue, Temora NSW, Australia .

    Australia as a rich history in aviation – and some of it can be found in and around Temora. There is one of Australia's finest aviation museums where you can get "up close" with Australia's only operational Spitfire, a Gloster Meteor, a Canberra bomber, Wirraways, A Dragonfly and much, much more. 

    The Temora Aviation Museum is built on the site of the biggest and longest lasting RAAF Elementary Flying Training School during World War II. 10 EFTS was established in May 1941 and training ceased in May 1945. A total of 2,741 pilots were trained in Tiger Moths at Temora.

     

  • Bowling Club

    Address:
    138 Anzac St, Temora NSW 2666, Australia .

    Close to Aromet Motor Inn.

  • CanolaTrail

    Address:
    29 Junee Rd, Temora NSW 2666, Australia .

    Journey through history, a tantalizing array of food and wine experiences, spectacular landscapes and some exciting and award-winning attractions on the Riverina’s Canola Trail, taking in the shires of Coolamon, Junee and Temora.

    https://www.canolatrail.com.au/

    https://www.canolatrail.com.au/s/Canola-Trail-Visitor-Guide-LR-DPS_compressed-2.pdf

  • Rural Museum Temora

    Address:
    29 Junee Rd, Temora NSW 2666 .

    Step back in time at Temora Rural Museum and experience life through the past two centuries. The museum showcases the rich heritage of not only Temora Shire, but agriculture, gold mining and many other facets of country life in general.

    One of Australia’s most outstanding rural museums, it will take you on a trip down memory lane, providing an insight into the lives of pioneering rural families.

    The museum is managed by a section 355 committee of Temora Shire Council in co-operation with a dedicated group of local volunteers. Regular working bees by museum volunteers over the past 30 years have added many features to the display including a cottage of hardwood slabs that was Sir Donald Bradman’s first home, a one room public school, bush church, country dance hall, printery, flour mill and ambulance station. 

    The memorabilia of noted boxing promoter, Jimmy Sharman, along with a comprehensive working display of sound technology and a fully furnished pioneer cottage, complement a gallery dedicated to the impressive rock and mineral display created for Temora by the late Athol Stean.

    Decades of collecting and restoration have provided the museum with an outstanding collection of tractors, stationary engines and agricultural machinery, many of which are maintained in working order.

    Each year on the second Saturday in March, the museum celebrates its anniversary with a packed program of live exhibitions featuring cottage crafts, bush trades, music and vintage machinery demonstrations. A highlight of the day is the grand parade of classic tractors led by a Fowler steam traction engine.

    The museum also houses the Temora Family and Local History research centre, which is a great resource for anyone interested in investigating their family’s roots.

    You can browse the museum’s displays on your own, or take advantage of the extensive knowledge of volunteer guides who can provide that extra level of local knowledge on each exhibit.

  • Ambulance Museum

    Address:
    29 Junee Rd, Temora NSW 2666 .

    Bundawarrah Centre

    The “Bundawarrah Centre” was established in 2011 to reflect the growing diversity of the Temora Rural Museum site. While the Rural Museum remains the principal attraction of the complex, its street frontage has been remodelled to provide a modern and welcoming introduction to the Temora community through the Temora Visitor Information Centre.

    Ambulance Museum located within the grounds of the Bundawarrah Centre, the Ambulance Museum is a project of the Temora community supported by NSW Ambulance, among other authorities. It represents the culmination of many years' work by volunteers, including about 30 retired and serving NSW Ambulance paramedics, who have travelled thousands of kilometres to secure and preserve items of historical interest.

    Ambulance vehicles and conveyances dating back to 1897 and originating from throughout Australia, including NSW, ACT and Victoria are showcased. The museum currently boasts over 20 ambulances, including a 1916 Overland military ambulance on loan from a private collector, which is in original, pristine condition. Also included is the only remaining horse-drawn ambulance operated by NSW Ambulance from 1897 (originally known as the Civil Ambulance and Transport Brigade), three Ashford litters and a 1938 Dodge ambulance featuring the old "ambulance cream" paintwork.

    Bundawarrah Centre Manager, Bill Speirs, said the ambulance component represented the realisation of a long-held dream. NSW Ambulance previously established a museum out of its former headquarters at Circular Quay in 1964, before the centre of operations was relocated during the 1970s and the museum was "quietly packed away". Many items were stored at Auburn Station where they remained until Temora historians Eddie Sams and his wife Leonie, began a campaign to establish a new national museum.

  • Information Centre Temora

    Address:
    29 Junee Rd, Temora NSW 2666 .

    Temora shire

    The Shire of Temora offers all the benefits of country living with a comprehensive range of quality services.

    Temora has a huge advantage as it is centrally located between the cities of Sydney and Melbourne, as well as being situated within South West Slopes/Riverina area, making it an ideal base from which to visit the region. It is situated approximately 80 km north of Wagga Wagga in the South West (Riverina) of New South Wales. Canberra is two hours drive to the east, with Griffith a 1.5 hour drive to the west.

    Temora Shire includes the town of Temora, and villages of Ariah Park and Springdale, but outreaches to other small communities outside the Shire boundary. With a strong retail trade sector and an active business community, many visitors are surprised at the variety of shopping within the town. The diversity and strength of agriculture is the foundation of the local economy. Temora Shire is strategically positioned in the heart of the State's rich sheep-wheat belt and is regarded as one of the safest agricultural areas of New South Wales.

    http://www.temora.com.au/about-temora/bundawarrah-centre.aspx

     

  • Railway Museum Temora

    Address:
    Temora Railway Precinct, Parkes Street, Temora NSW 2666 .

    Temora Railway Station has been restored to its former glory, serving as a working railway station and museum.

    Visitors can view the statue of Boofhead, Temora's very own adventuring canine' wgo rode trains during the 60's and became a legend in his own right.

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  • Monte Cristo & Doll Museum

    Address:
    1 Homestead Ln, Junee NSW 2663 .

    Monte Cristo is a Colonial Mansian established 1876. It was Mr Christopher William Crawley home.

    Monte Cristo is recognised as the most haunted house in Australia with 10 resident ghosts.

    Doll Museum is amazing with Fairies Reborn Magic.