The Narrandera Wine District, is located in the NSW Riverina Wine Region, and centred
on the area surrounding Narrandera about 560 km south-west from Sydney. Narrandera
is centrally located in the Riverina on the Murrumbidgee River. It provides an
important service function of the surrounding agricultural areas as it is located at the
junction of two National Highways, the Sturt and the Newell highways. Narrandera is
known for its tree lined streets, heritage buildings, natural areas and many parks and
gardens within the town. There are many attractions, activities and events for visitors to enjoy.
Go bushwalking along the Bundidgerry Walking Track. Enjoy swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and camping beside the Murrumbidgee River. Visit during the John O’Brien Bush Festival in
March that features Irish music and bush poetry readings. See the giant
Murray cod at the Inland Fisheries Centre.
The Riverina Region is home to 17 districts: Junee ; Coolamon ; The Rock ; Lake Cargelligo ; Deniliquin ; Hanwood ; East Griffith ; West Griffith ; Griffith Central; Yenda ; Leeton ; Wagga Wagga ; Balranald ; Narrandera ; Stanbridge ; Hay ; Hillston ; Jerilderie.
Yarrow Park Winery & Olive Grove, NSW Farm 1037, Kyola Road, Coleambally NSW
Yarrow Park vineyard was established in 2005. Our family emigrated from Scotland in the late 1800s. The family settled in the Riverina and has been involved in the agriculture industry for 125 years. Family vineyards were later established and today this tradition is carried on by the 4th generation on the sandy ridges at Coleambally, in southern NSW.