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Day 1 - Relax Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
Bird watching Day 5 Day 6 Visit a Local Winery Day 7 - Western Plains Zoo Ballooning


From Creekside Farmhouse on Galwary, visitors can easily access the many attractions of the Central Western Slopes and Plains of NSW. The major towns of Parkes, Cowra, Orange, Forbes and Molong are all in easy driving distance. The town of Eugowra is only 10 minutes away. Gain an insight into the history of the area at the Museum or do a little shopping at the gift and craft stores. www.eugowra.aus.net

We have a horse arena available for use as well as many trail rides available around the property.

With easy access to all the great places of interest in the area and for a truly memorable holiday experience bring the family and enjoy some wonderful quality time at Creekside Farmhouse on Galwary.

Day 1 relax
Unwind on the verandah and take in the great feeling of endless space and peace and quiet. Go bird watching along the creek, enjoy a BBQ and kickback.

Day 2 Visit Nangar National Park
Mount Nangar is the red silt-stone bluff which can best be seen from the Eugowra-Orange road (Escort Way) as you pass through the Murga area. The ends of the horseshoe shaped cliff line meet the road east and west of Murga. This is an artist’s paradise. The Nangar National Park consists mainly of the rocky slopes running away from Murga, back from the horseshoe cliff line down to Terrara Creek.Mount Nangar is marked with a trig, and has a lookout area with safety railings. The view is spectacular, looking north toward the Goobang Range, east toward Orange and Mount Conobolas and south east toward the Conimbla Range. Eagles and falcons will soar above your head, and the wind will sweep you off your feet. Feels like the top of the world. Never fear, the return trip will bring you back to earth! www.environment.nsw.gov.au/NationalParks/parkHome.aspx?id=N0063

Day 3 Follow the trail of Ben Hall
Few other Australian bushrangers have attracted such widespread sympathy and interest as has Ben Hall, yet many aspects of his life remain enigmatic. How was it that a man who was so active in committing a multitude of armed robberies could have the reputation of being non-violent and so apparently averse to killing? www.wilmap.com.au/bushrangers/hall.html

Day 4 Visit the radio telescope at Parkes
Tune in to the universe at the dish and experience the awesome sight of this icon of Australian science, the achievements of the astronomers that use the Parkes telescope and the grandeur of the universe that they explore. Find out 363 days a year why the Parkes telescope is more than just a movie star. www.outreach.atnf.csiro.au/visiting/parkes/

Day 5 Visit the Cowra Japanese Gardens
Cowra Japanese Garden is unique in that it is more than just a ‘Garden,’ it is a powerful symbol of good will, it encourages reconciliation and peace. The Garden is designed in order to contribute to cultural exchange, international understanding and to show an appreciation of all existing nature. Relax and take time to explore the Garden, the beauty and tranquillity amounts to an experience both spiritual and cultural. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic or tantalise their taste buds in the Restaurant / café. www.cowrajapanesegarden.com.au/


Eugowra is centrally located to visit various wineries. Canowindra, Cowra and Orange all have various wineries and wine tasting outlets.
www.orange-nsw.com/LocWineries.html
www.tomswaterhole.com.au
www.tastecanowindra.com.au


Western Plains Zoo Dubbo - www.taronga.org.au/western-plains-zoo.aspx

 
         
 
Creekside Farmhouse and The Stables Farmhouse “Galwary” 1004 Amaroo Way Eugowra NSW Telephone: 0438 159 200