What to See and Do
"A town in a forest" Coleambally offers numerous walking tracks through natural bushland where you can see kangaroos feeding and a wide variety of Australian birds.
When visiting Coleambally be sure to check out their water tower in the shape of a huge wine glass, its mosaic depicts the history and amenities of Coleambally. The Bucyrus Erie Excavator is located on the corner of Kingfisher Avenue and Kidman Way. Both sites offer great facilities for a picnic.
If you would like to experience farming first hand you may visit the Community Experimental/Demonstration Farm or take a Farm Tour.
Yarrow Park Olive Grove & Vineyard
Yarrow Park Olive Grove & Vineyard was established in 2005 in the Coleambally Irrigation Area of Southern Riverina in New South Wales.
Bruce Dalgliesh (Mobile 0429 444 074)
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A vibrant and harmonious community with beautiful gardens and streets named after local birds, the town was established in 1968 to service the Coleambally Irrigation Area. It's the State's newest town and was fully planned.