Warrumbungle Region offers a place to relax in unspoilt beauty, where you can discover hidden treasures and unwind in peaceful country towns.
Coonabarabran Visitor Information Centre
Coonabarabran Visitor Information Centre is an accredited Centre and a member of the NSW Visitor Information Network, guaranteeing high quality service and information. Open from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, excluding Christmas Day.
Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre
Pilliga Forest is a large and diverse outback landscape. Start your exploration of Pilliga Forest at the award-winning and wheelchair accessible Pillaga Forest Discovery Centre. The centre is architecturally designed and environmentally sustainable, making it the tourism centrepiece of the region.
Siding Spring Observatory
Siding Spring Observatory (SSO), on the edge of the Warrumbungle National Park near Coonabarabran, NSW, is Australia’s premier optical and infrared observatory. There a range of activities for visitors to the observatory, including a visitor centre with cafe and shop, spectacular views of the Warrumbungle National Park and school holiday activities.
Goanna Tracks is a world class motocross and enduro complex catering from beginners to professionals, from the young to the old. Goanna Tracks also has facilities for those who wish to enjoy the tracks for longer than a day. There will be camp ground, bunkhouse and kitchen facilities available for longer term stays and training schools are likely to be held several times a year and will be run by a reputable motorcross coach.
Baradine in North West NSW. Just a thirty minute drive north of Coonabarabran and known as the Gateway to the Pilliga. The town is the starting point for exploring the largest native White Cypress Pine Forest west of the Great Dividing Range. Travellers are encouraged to visit the Discovery Centre before making their way into the Pilliga.