Come in and view the Baradine Local Aboriginal Land Council and Keeping Place. After visiting this place, stroll down Baradine’s main street to the Pilliga Discovery Centre, where you can immerse yourself in the land’s visual history or simply relax and enjoy a great country meal at one of the local or neighborhood cafés.
Apart from this location, there are several nearby attractions that will make your visit worthwhile, including:
Races at Binnaway
Enjoy a fun-filled day at the Binnaway Races or stay for the weekend to explore the quaint Country town.
Sky and Tote, Lions Club Barbecue, Rifle Club Afternoon Tea, Bowling Club, and Tooheys Bar are all available at the races, as is a bus service from Binnaway for a gold coin donation! Additionally, there is a Best Dressed award.
Accommodation and free camping are available on the township’s outskirts.
Pilliga Forest is a truly unique Australian landscape, offering grandiose rugged beauty. Riders on the Tour de Gorge gain exclusive access to areas of the forest that are rarely seen by the general public. Save the date and help spread the word as they prepare to commemorate the Pilliga Forest’s iconic status.
The Baradine Exhibition
The Baradine Show features agriculture, a showcase of local talent’s artwork, equestrian events, sheep and cattle, local produce, photography exhibits, demonstrations, rides, show bags, and live entertainment.
Visit the pavilions showcasing the best in sheep, wool, cattle, horticulture, and handicrafts.
From dawn to dusk, the sheep dog trials, vintage automobile and engine displays, tractor demonstrations, bull rides, and side show alley will keep you entertained.
Races at Mendooran Turf Club
Six-race schedule with on-course bar and food facilities. Complimentary shuttle service to and from the racecourse. Field Fashions. Tote-local and metro bookmakers are on-course. Buses are permitted! Jumping castle, face painting, and children’s activities. Nearby, there is a free camping area. Come out and have a great time while helping us celebrate over 160 years of RACING!
There are many places to see at Baradine Local Aboriginal Land Council and Keeping Place. So go and start exploring.
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.