Hay is on the Murrumbidgee River and surrounded by the unique flat plains with a diversity of attractions and the richness of cultural heritage.
Set off on one of the free bikes and explore the area, taking in Shear Outback – Australian Shearers Hall of Fame; Dunera Museum – Hay Internment and Prisoner of War Camps; Bishop’s Lodge – Historic House and Rose Garden; Hay Gaol Museum; and Hay War Memorial High School Museum.
Call in see artist Chris McClelland at work in his Gallery.
Explore the sculptures along the Bidgee Riverside Trail that leads through the river red gums to Sandy Point Beach with picnic, camping and barbecue facilities.
Hay has a wide range of accommodation including motels, caravan parks, self-contained houses, camping and farm stays. With sporting facilities from the free Olympic pool complex, golf course, tennis courts, parks and gardens, Hay is an oasis on the plains.