Altina Wildlife Park 

This outstanding Wildlife Park has unique personalised Zoo-fari tours like no other. You will meet many Rare Exotic as well as some of Australia’s Native animals up close and personal whilst travelling in style on Horse Drawn or Motorised Carts.

Altina Wildlife Park – Visit Griffith

Aquna Sustainable Murray Cod Processing Plant 

Did you know Aquna Murray Cod is sustainably produced right here in Griffith? Their great-tasting, luxury fish product is land-raised locally and distributed throughout Australia and around the world. With full traceability, their team tracks their product through all stages of farming, processing and distribution.

Visitors are invited to purchase their delicious Aquna products at their Griffith-based processing plant.

Aquna Sustainable Murray Cod – Visit Griffith

Banna Lane Murals 

Love street art? Why not take a self-guided tour to view the large-scale murals and painted padmount transfers down Banna Lane which runs parallel behind Griffith’s main street.

Banna Lane Murals – Visit Griffith

Catania Fruit Salad Farm

Catania is a family owned farm where you can view and gain an understanding of how a wide variety of horticulture and viticulture crops are grown in Australia’s largest irrigation area, the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area.

Catania Fruit Salad Farm Griffith – Visit Griffith

City Park 

City Park deserves to be on the must-do list in Griffith. City Park made the Weekend Telegraphs TOP 10 playgrounds in NSW with the tallest climbing frame in the Southern Hemisphere, a fabulous splash pad area (pack the kids togs) and a double flying fox. Plus other swings, a fenced toddler playground, lawn for running or relaxing with a book, free exercise equipment and lovely paved walking track around the park and along the canal to stretch the legs.

City Park – Visit Griffith

Lake Wyangan 

A ten-minute drive northwest of Griffith will lead you to Lake Wyangan.

Lake Wyangan offers a delightful setting for a picnic. Take advantage of the sheltered picnic areas or barbecue facilities that are found throughout the large grassed reserve. There is ample space for a game of cricket, to ride a bike or enjoy a stroll.

Lake Wyangan – Visit Griffith

La Piccola Grosseria & Deli

La Piccola specialises in Italian small goods, pasta, cheese, biscotti, coffee, drinks, homestyle gourmet panini, bread, and a whole lot more!!

La Piccola Grosseria – Visit Griffith

Hermit’s Cave & Lookout

The cave was once the home of Valerio Ricetti, a miner from Broken Hill who lived the life of a hermit in his cave on Scenic Hill for many years. A keen gardener, Valerio transformed the rocky escarpment and created dry-stone-walls, paths and stone steps creating access to areas that he called, the Garden, the Chapel and the Main Cave. The walls of the Main Cave feature paintings of small daisies, created by Ricetti. The living areas and stone walls are marked on the storyboard and form part of a signed heritage trail/walk.

Wear sturdy walking shoes as the paths are uneven.

Hermit’s Cave and Scenic Lookout – Visit Griffith

Griffith’s Big Wine Bottles 

Take the scenic route through Remembrance Drive towards the Griffith Airport and stop at the entrance for an Instagrammable moment with the oversized wine bottles.

Measuring more than 3 metres tall, the eight wine bottles represent local wineries and some of the regions top drops.

Hermit’s Cave and Scenic Lookout – Visit Griffith

Griffith Centenary Sculptures 

Griffith celebrated 100 years of progress in 2016. The Centenary Celebrations hinged around the 17 day International Sculpture Symposium, which was held during May. Seven of the world’s best hard stone sculptors converged on Griffith to transform 20 tonnes of granite into beautiful pieces of public art. The granite sculptures, which reflect the theme ‘Griffith’s cultural diversity and the meaning of water’ are located on Centenary Walk, in the IOOF Park in Kookora Street.

Griffith Centenary Sculptures – Visit Griffith

Griffith Pioneer Park Museum; The Italian Museum and Wine & Irrigation Museum

Griffith Pioneer Park Museum was opened in April 1971 and is a popular community cultural facility, and valued repository of the region’s unique history. The Museum consists of a number of distinct elements: Bagtown ‘Old Griffith’ main street; The Italian Museum depicting Griffith’s unique Italian settlement; Wine and Irrigation Building – telling the story of the local wine industry and irrigation history; Machinery and vehicle displays as well as An extensive and eclectic collection of artefacts and memorabilia.

Griffith Pioneer Park Museum – Visit Griffith

Griffith Regional Art Gallery 

The Griffith Regional Art Gallery (GRAG) is a vibrant creative space in the Western Riverina. We are the permanent home of the National Contemporary Jewellery Collection and the Couture Collection.

Griffith Regional Art Gallery – Visit Griffith

Griffith Regional Theatre 

Griffith Regional Theatre is the Western Riverina’s premier performing arts centre with a 523-seat auditorium and state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment. Griffith Regional Theatre offers a wide variety of touring and local performances including drama, dance, circus, music, comedy and children’s theatre.

Griffith Regional Theatre – Visit Griffith

Griffith Rotary Markets

Meet the local growers at this weekly growers market. Seasonal fruit and vegetables, bread, cakes, Italian biscuits, jams, relish, olive oil, eggs, honey and much more is what you will find when you head to the Griffith Rotary Markets.

Griffith Rotary Market – Visit Griffith

Griffith War Memorial Museum Inc

The Griffith War Memorial Museum was officially opened by Lt, Col Peter Morrisey on Saturday July 25, 2009.

The Griffith War Memorial Museum Inc displays items of military interest and aspects of the social history linked to military operations of ex-servicemen and women and their families from Griffith and districts.
At the Museum you will find photos, audio and DVD resource material, stories, clothing, weapons and other military artefacts.

Griffith War Memorial Inc – Visit Griffith