Spend a day in historic Gundagai. Pick up your Tour Guide from the Visitor Information Centre and head up the main street going past The Great Rescue Statue of Yarri and Jacky Jacky, then enjoy a delicious morning tea at one of our lovey venues. Onward to the Rotary Lookout to take in the vista of the surrounding hills and the Murrumbidgee River with a view of the towns Prince Alfred Bridge (built 1866) and other long bridges. Stop at the fully restored Railway Station and the Historic Museum with a treasure trove of memorabilia before having lunch at the Gundagai Services Club.
The afternoon touring begins with a viewing of the magnificent Rusconi Marble Masterpiece, on display at the Visitor Information Centre. Say ”Hi” to Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel in the park adjacent to the Centre before boarding your coach for further exploration. Captain Moonlite’s grave and a visit to the famous Dog on the Tucker Box will complete your day of discovery.
This is a fantastic day and is real value for money. Get your group or club together and come, ‘Along the road to Gundagai’.
From $8 to $25
The Gundagai Visitor Information Centre offers a guided tour of historic Gundagai taking visitors around the historic town pointing out places of interest and informing them on the history of Gundagai.