Audio Tours Yanga Homestead

Cultural and Theme Tours

Visit 140-year-old Yanga Historic Homestead to see how families and workers once lived on what was once one of the most productive properties in the Riverina.

During your visit to Yanga Historic Homestead, see the homestead gardens that are being restored and looked after by Friends of Yanga, a community volunteer group.

View Lake Yanga from the lookout, enjoy watching the abundant bird life now that the lake is full of water again. Learn about the rich cultural history of the area and listen to the stories of Yanga at the exhibition in the Cook’s Cottage.

Call in to the Balranald Visitor Information Centre or the Balranald Caravan Park to collect an Audio device seven days a week.

Facilities

Service Types

Cultural and Theme Tours

Activities

Birdwatching Boating Canoeing/Kayaking Swimming Walks

Fitness

Basic

Disabled Assistance

Caters for limited mobility Wheelchair access

Indigenous Culture

Indigenous experiences and/or cultural immersion

Services

$15

Yanga was erected circa 1860 and comprises two separate wings, the ‘main block’ and the ‘kitchen block’, surrounding a tennis court and several mature trees. On the eastern side of the main block a formal garden stretches down to Yanga Lake, one of two natural lakes on the property fed by the Murrumbidgee water system. At the edge of the Lake in front of the Homestead a walk takes you to a Bird Hide. At the rear of the Homestead is a look-out featuring a large telescope.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

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