176 Maitland Street, Narrabri NSW 2390, Australia
Narrabri Bowling Club
Situated next to the Club Motor Inn, the Narrabri Bowling Club takes socialising and lawn bowls seriously, boasting a sports bar supporting wide-screen sports action, fabulous fair from the Gourmet Goblet restaurant, a corporate function and social events centre adjacent an outdoor deck overlooking the bowling greens.
2 Bowen St, Narrabri NSW 2390, Australia
Narrabri Old Gaol and Museum
Narrabri's Old Gaol is part of an impressive complex of colonial government buildings which also includes the Office of the Court of Petty Sessions and the Court House.
The architect, James Barnet, also designed the Sydney General Post Office. The gaol opened in September 1882 and operated as such for exactly 100 years. It now provides an interesting insight to how things were in the past. The 'Dalway Collection' donated by Marriot Dalway is, in itself, reason alone to visit the museum.
134 Tibbereena St, Narrabri NSW 2390, Australia
Narrabri and District Soldiers Memorial
Narrabri District Soldiers Memorial was a clock tower erected at the Town Hall to commemorate those from the district who lost their lives in World War One. The original clock and the memorial plaques were unveiled on the 13th September 1930. They were relocated and erected by Rotary in a new brick tower in 1978 which was handed to the council in 1980.
Airport Road (Shire Road 8), Narrabri NSW 2390, Australia
Narrabri Airport is located approximately 8km (by road) east of the Narrabri town centre and is owned and operated by Narrabri Shire Council. The Airport covers an area of approximately 218 hectares. The surrounding land is predominantly of a rural nature and is primarily used for agricultural purposes. Access to the airport from Narrabri town centre is via Old Gunnedah Road, Kaputar Road and the Airport Road.
Narrabri now enjoys flights to Brisbane via Moree on Fly Corporate and direct flights to Sydney commencing mid-September 2017. For further information on this service or to book your seat please visit www.flycorporate.com.au or your nearest local Travel Agent.
117 Tibbereena Street, Narrabri NSW 2390
Set on picturesque lawns overlooking Narrabri Creek,the Crossing Theatre is designed to cater for residents and visitors alike.
This 1000 seat auditorium regularly stages large scale conferences, promotions, and concerts, while latest release movies are screened Monday to Sunday in the twin cinemas. In the past, the Crossing Theatre has played host to huge headline acts including Jimmy Barnes and his son David Campbell, INXS and Suzi Quatro.
The Crossing Theatre has had numerous Australian play productions and it can also host conferences ranging from 10 people to 1,500 people. Crossing Theatre also has a cafe on site. The Crossing Theatre is also the setting for the Bi - Annual Nosh on the Namoi, an annual food and wine festival.
The Crossing Theatre was completed in November 2002 and named after its location on Narrabri Creek - the original crossing for settlers in the area.
1828 Yarrie Lake Road, Narrabri NSW 2390
CSIRO Australia Telescope Narrabri
CSIRO's Australia Telescope Compact Array is a world leading instrument for radio astronomy and deep views into the universe.
Just 25 kilometres west of Narrabri on the Yarrie Lake Road (which is fully sealed), in rural New South Wales, the array consists of six 22 metre dish antennas, weighing 270 tonnes each, located on a six kilometre road and railway track to simulate one very large antenna!
Open seven days a week, admission is free. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the antennas and wander through indoor and outdoor astronomy exhibits. A theatrette features free films on space and astronomy.
Visits by the general public are always welcome.
Dangar Street (Newell Hwy), Narrabri NSW 2390
Narrabri Craft Shop
The Narrabri Craft Shop is operated by the Narrabri Art and Craft Society. The building was built in 1887 and is one of Narrabri's earliest buildings.
Today it houses a wide range of exquisite hand made crafts. Interesting and sometimes unusual monthly exhibitions are a feature of the gallery. Also on display are the workshop kilns and needlework displays. The gallery often host exhibits by local artists and photographer's as well as professional artists. Don't miss this opportunity to pick up a unique gift from Narrabri.
The craft shop is located on the Newell Highway (Dangar Street) next to the Caltex Woolworths service station.