EXPLORE HAY, NEW SOUTH WALES
Set on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, the welcoming town of Hay is surrounded by the iconic Hay Plains. It’s a place to discover striking Outback sunsets, intriguing museums, winding cycleways and a rich agricultural heritage. Hay is at the centre of the Long Paddock driving route, making it a perfect stop on your journey from The Murray, through the Riverina and into the centre of NSW.
Some of our MUST SEE AND DO in Hay...
- Visit Shear Outback (Shearers Hall of Fame)
- Watch the sunset from the Sunset Viewing Area (just 16 kms north on the Cobb Highway
- Visit Bishop’s Lodge Historic House and Rose Garden (just next door)
- The historic Railway Station with its beautiful architecture and surrounding grounds
- Hay Water Tower Art commemorating the servicemen and women of Hay
- Wander along the Bidgee Riverside Trail
- Visit Sandy Point if you are looking to go for a swim, put in a boat, or throw in a fishing line.
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