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climate The Gundagai District lies in the heart of the Gundagai Wine Region in southern New South Wales. Gundagai is famous for the Tuckerbox monument, which commemorates the drovers and bullocky drivers who camped at Five Mile Creek, outside of Gundagai. The town, which is becoming well-known for its excellent Semillon and other cool-climate wines lies on the Murrumbidgee River about 400 km south-west of Sydney. The town has an array of beautiful heritage buildings along the main street of Sheridan Street. Some of the many local attractions and activities including: # Fishing in the Murrumbidgee River for Murray cod, red fin, yellowbelly, carp and black bream # Enjoy the scenic views from the top at Mt Parnassus # Browse through the town`s many fascinating craft shops and art galleries. Visit Gundagai for the Snake Gully Cup, which is a 2-day country horse-racing carnival, held in November, that incorporates the Dog on the Tuckerbox Festival # The Turning Wave Festival, held in September, showcases Irish and Australian culture with poetry readings, song, dance, and traditional Irish hurling # The Camp Drafting and Horse sales in March # Visit the Gabriel Gallery and see the glass-plate photographs taken by Dr Charles Gabriel, which depict Gundagai life in the early 1900s.

The Gundagai Wine Region is home to three districts: Gundagai ; Tumut ; Cootamundra ; Junee.
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