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Visit, Live & Invest in Narromine Shire::

Narromine Shire is where you come to meet the magnificent plains of the Central West.
Straight roads, an abundance of native wildlife and beautiful sunsets are all part of our appeal. This area is rich in agriculture and home to the livestock, grains, citrus and cotton industries. Come and stay, and let us treat you to good old-fashioned western hospitality.

For those travelling along the Newell Highway, take a short-cut with a difference. Simply turn off the highway at Tomingley, or just after Gilgandra and follow the signs to Narromine. You'll enjoy smooth sealed roads and peaceful drives through some beautiful countryside.

Narromine Shire covers an area of 5,224km2within Central New South Wales and has a population of approx. 6,800.  The Shire comprises of the three urban centres of Narromine (pop. 3,500) with Trangie (pop. 1,000) 35 kms to the West and Tomingley (pop. 50) 35 km to the South.  The remaining 2,250 residents live in the rural area.


 

Gateway to the Macquarie Valley

Whilst visiting Narromine, Newell Highway travellers can take advantage of a time saving shortcut that avoids hills and traffic. Running from Tomingley to Narromine and then back onto the highway at Eumungerie just below Gilgandra this route is gaining in popularity and is commonly known as the Gateway to the Macquarie Valley.

 

Aviation

Narromine has much to offer the tourist with its excellent Aviation Centre featuring a Gliding Club, Aero Club and Aviation Museum. Take a trip in a glider or Tiger Moth, learn to fly or experience our aviation history.

 

Accommodation

With a range of motels, hotels, caravan parks, bed & breakfast as well as a Farmstay there is something to suit every traveller, from camping in swag, experiencing a rural farm to all the comforts of home. Narromine is the perfect place to break your journey for the night or even a few days.

 

Attractions

For the garden enthusiasts there is the famous Swanes Rose Farm, Narromine Iris Farm with its annual display of Iris augmented with daylilies, cannas and geraniums. Equally as picturesque is the Riverside Rotary Park offering tree shaded lawns, enclosed playground, amenities, covered BBQ area and a boat ramp. Our parks also include the Tom Perry Park with life size statue of Glenn McGrath and Dundas Park with enclosed play area, Skate Park and beautiful gardens.

Download the Narromine Shire Tourist Brochure 2.50 Mb

 

Accommodation

NARROMINE

Accommodation

Address

Phone
Abbey B&B 24 Dandaloo St, Narromine 02 6889 2213
Narromine Tourist Park & Motel Mitchell Highway, Narromine (At the Aerodrome) 02 6889 2129
Cameron’s Farm stay "Nundoone Park" 213 Ceres Road, Narromine 02 6889 2978
Courthouse Hotel 21 Burroway St, Narromine 02 6889 1015
Imperial Stay 11 - 13 Burroway St, Narromine 02 6889 7800
Narromine Hotel Motel 116 Dandaloo St, Narromine 02 6889 1017
Peppercorn Motel Mitchell Highway, Narromine 02 6889 1399
Stockman Motor Inn Mitchell Highway, Narromine 02 6889 2033

TRANGIE

Accommodation

Address

Phone
Imperial Hotel Cnr Mitchell Hwy & Dandaloo Street, Trangie 02 6888 7512
Royal Hotel 57 Dandaloo St, Trangie 02 6888 7191
Trangie Hotel Dandaloo Street, Trangie 02 6888 7554
Tandara Caravan Park 55 John Street, Trangie 02 6888 7330
Trangie Caravan Park 38 Goan St, Trangie 0425 339 020
Trangie Research Station Mitchell Hwy 02 6880 8000

TOMINGLEY

Accommodation

Address

Phone
Lucky Strike Motel Newell Hwy, Tomingley

02 6869 3211