Grenfell has some of the best examples of heritage architecture in Australia with the Main Street maintaining the charm of days gone by. A walk around town gives the visitor an idea of life during the gold rush.
Close by is the Weddin Mountains National Park, a haven for native animals and bird life. The Weddin Mountains were a hangout for bushranger Ben Hall and his gang and you can still view Ben Halls Cave. Seaton’s Farm is a great example of how the settlers to the areas battled the elements and is located near the Weddin Mountains National Park.
The Henry Lawson Festival is held every June long weekend to celebrate Henry Lawson’s birth and highlights include poetry readings, art and photography exhibitions, street carnival, historical tours and guinea pig racing.
Grenfell is a farming community growing canola, wheat, oats, barley and raising beef cattle and sheep.