The Bingara Riverside Caravan Park is situated in an idyllic position opposite the mighty Gwydir River, next door to the swimming complex, and within walking distance to town and Batterham Lookout.
Set among exquisite matured trees, just the right amount of shade is provided all year round. Spring is particularly picturesque as the Jacaranda trees lining Keera Road create a canopy and carpet of lavender as you approach the park.
A modern amenities block, complete with laundry facilities, is centrally located within the park. There is a shower and toilet for disabled visitors. Electric barbecues are provided free of charge.
A Caretaker is on site to assist and oversee the Park operations, to ensure that the amenities of the Park can be enjoyed by all residents and visitors....
Fossickers Way Motel is a quiet motel, located only three minutes walk from centre of town. Twelve rooms including two pet friendly rooms are available along with a large car park.
Fossickers Way Motel is people and pet friendly and is the perfect base to enjoy the many annual events held in this progressive town. The area has some great sporting facilities, as well as the Roxy Theatre, Gem Museum and New England Estate Winery.
Three Creeks Tourist Gold Mine allows you to step back in time to the mining days of old. Learn the history of the mining site and browse through the artefacts displayed in the museum. Have a look at the display of jewellery, gold, garnets, crystals and rock minerals.
Try your hand at gold panning, panning for garnets or sieve for perfectly formed quartz crystals. There are several spots to fossick and participation is not governed by age, everyone gets to enjoy the thrill of the hunt.
Bingara in the centre of the Fossickers Way, offering a quiet alternative to the New England Highway.
Bingara Visitor Information Centre is located in the restored Roxy Theatre Building. The Roxy epitomises Greek migration experience, which made an outstanding contribution to the development of Australia, and may be the last example of a combined cinema cafe, functioning as per its original plan, remaining in NSW, possibly in Australia. The cafe has been restored to its original splendour.
The Museum further increases national significance, conserving and protecting the important cultural associations between people and place.
Visitors can tour the museum and restored theatre at 10.30am and 2.30pm daily, or by appointment. Museum and theatre tour packages are available. Please contact the visitor information centre for details....