Wentworth things to do

Wentworth, New South Wales, offers a diverse range of attractions and activities for visitors. One of the top attractions is the Old Wentworth Gaol, which provides a glimpse into the area's history. Junction Park is another must-visit, offering a peaceful setting by the Darling River. For nature enthusiasts, the Perry Sand Hills present a unique landscape of red sand dunes, perfect for exploration and photography. The Wentworth Pioneer Museum is a treasure trove of over 3,000 artifacts, showcasing the region's rich heritage. Additionally, the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens is an oasis in the desert, featuring a stunning collection of native plants and walking trails.

Visitors can also enjoy the Darling River Run, a scenic route that showcases the beauty of the region. The Walls of China viewing platform provides an iconic view of the Outback NSW, making it a must-see for nature lovers. For a taste of local culture, exploring the historic Port of Wentworth and enjoying a meal at a local winery overlooking the Murray River are highly recommended. The area also boasts a vibrant arts scene, with the Wentworth Makers offering an opportunity to immerse in local art and culture.

Whether it's exploring historical sites, enjoying the natural beauty of the Perry Sand Hills, or immersing in the local arts scene, there is something for every visitor to enjoy in this unique region.

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