Can be best viewed from the observation tower.
With a natural reserve walking track near the Wentworth District Hospital.
On the Darling and the Captain John Egge Memorial. A short walk from the main street to the river front, once the scene of busy river trade.
Houses a range of pioneer heritage including a ‘drop log’ homestead, an original Chaffey brother’s steam powered tractor, and the iconic ‘grey Fergie’ the saviour of the town in the 1956 flood. You’ll also find the memorial to “Possum” a local bush legend.
For a taste of Wentworth’s history.
A natural wonder of Wentworth. Exploring the drifting sands of this ice-age formation, home to mega fauna fossils and a second world war RAAF practice range. Enjoy a quiet stroll over the hills or go wild with the endless fun to be had up and down the dunes.
With around 40,000 years of living culture. The Wentworth region has easy access to story of World Heritage Listed Mungo National Park.
A standing legacy to the wonderful tractor that saved Wentworth and surrounds during the devastating 1956 floods.