29 Junee Road, Temora NSW 2666

Rich in heritage, Temora is in the beautiful Riverina region and known as the friendliest town in NSW. Aviation is a big drawcard and the Temora Aviation Museum is home to one of the world’s finest collections of flying vintage warplanes, including the only two flying Spitfires in Australia.

A great way to explore Temora is on a walking tour of the heritage buildings with styles ranging from colonial to art deco. Pick up a brochure from the Temora Visitor Information Centre for a self-guided stroll through the streets. You’ll find plenty more things to do and see in this charming town and nearby villages.

Discover what life was like for pioneers and see the original family home of cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman at the Temora Rural Museum. Gold fever struck in the 19th century and the museum has a replica of the 7.3-kg Mother Shipton gold nugget and other gold rush exhibits from Temora.

Only 20 minutes’ drive west of Temora is the National Trust-classified Ariah Park, a 1920s heritage village. Amble along the streets and marvel at the architecture and browse shops for antiques, gifts and mementos. Pack a hamper and head for nearby Lake Arbotree, a pretty spot for a picnic.


Temora is filled with culture, activities, treats and delights. Immerse yourself in all Temora has to see and do, whether you are looking to step back in time at either of our world class museums - Temora Aviation Museum or Temora Rural Museum - or getting a taste of our state-of-the-art Temora Town Hall Theatre.

A myriad of top quality sporting and recreational facilities - Lake Centenary (including the jet boat track), Nixon Park, or local golfing and bowling greens host annual events for visitors and residents alike, and then there's the aviation mecca which is Temora Aerodrome.

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Temora Aviation Museum

Temora Aviation Museum

1 Tom Moon Avenue, Temora NSW 2666

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