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Discover the historical Canowindra

Night photograph looking along Canowindra street lined with old buildings visible under street light

Canowindra is derived from an Aboriginal language (Wiradjuri) word meaning ‘a home’ or ‘camping place’ Prior to the arrival of Europeans to Australia, the area now known as Canowindra was occupied for tens of thousands of years by a people known as the Wiradjuri. These “people of the three rivers”Read more

Discover the Cowra Area

Old Tin Church in the scrub

Cowra derived its name from an Aboriginal word meaning “the rocks.” Cowra is Wiradjuri country, and is full of tranquil waterways, a wealth of wineries, and rolling farmlands with a rich cultural heritageSELECT IMAGES FOR LOCATION DETAILS Click here to use photos for ARTISTS REFERENCE MATERIAL LOCATION NEW SOUTH WALESRead more

Discover the Pilliga

The Pilliga National Park Wild and remote classic Australian landscape. Pilliga is traditional Country of the Gamilaroi People, one of the largest indigenous nations in Australia. The Sandstone Caves are an cherished First Nation site and were used for shelter and much more (See Traditional notes below). Grinding grooves, sharpeningRead more

Discover the Warrumbungle National Park

Fans Horizon View at Warrumbungle National Park

Warrumbungle is a Gamilaraay word meaning crooked mountain The Warrumbungle National Park landscape has been shaped by thousands of years of volcanic activity. Click here to use photos for ARTISTS REFERENCE MATERIAL LOCATION NEW SOUTH WALES Camp Blackman Warrumbungle Tent, Camper trailer site, Caravan site, 4263 John Renshaw Parkway, Warrumbungle,Read more