We have a rich and deep history to share.
The traditional custodians of our ancient land describe it as a meeting place for the Wiradjuri, Kamilaroi & Wailwan nations.
Did you know? Gilgandra is Aboriginal for long water hole and Tooraweenah is Aboriginal for “Home of the Brown Snake”.
This is also the region where the Hitchen brothers brought people together on the Coo-ee March. There’s history (and a windmill or two) on every corner, heritage buildings, and museums for you to enjoy on your visit.
History is calling.