Situated 65km north-west of Parkes on “The Bogan Way”, Trundle is a rural community with production consisting mostly of wheat, sheep and cattle farming.
If you’re looking to capture a classic photo of a country town, look no further than Trundle. Picture yourself here standing on New South Wales’ widest main street, next to the longest wooden verandah in Australia!
This famous verandah belongs to the Heritage Listed Trundle Hotel, which was built in 1909. The two storey hotel was built out of pise mud, rendered with cement and adorned with a 66 metre long wooden verandah. Today the hotel offers a great spot for a drink, counter meal or accommodation.
There are no problems with making an angle park in Trundle. Forbes Street is NSW’s widest main street, co-incedently also measuring 66 metres.
September is a great month to visit Trundle, timing your visit with a great day of fun at the Trundle Bush Tucker Day. Every year the event dishes up a great day of fun for participants and spectators, featuring bush cooking competitions, billy boiling sprint, damper throw, live bands and a whole program of bush entertainment. August is also a busy time, when the 600-odd Trundle residents and the surrounding community get together to host the Annual Show.
The nearby Black Range is a great spot to go bush walking or bird watching. It offers a peaceful and quiet place to enjoy the picnic ground facilities.
Bring your clubs for a round at the Trundle Golf Club – there’s a 18 hole golf course with sand greens. The public swimming pool is open in the summer months, offering a 50 metre lap pool and baby pool. Berryman Oval is home to Trundle’s sport playing fields and features a BBQ area with play equipment.
Main street shopping and facilities in Trundle include a supermarket, newsagency, gift shop, butcher, dress shop, post office and library.
Activites and Experiences at Trundle
- Licensed Club
- Public Bar
- Public Telephone
- Swimming Pool
- Takeaway Food
Nearest Airport: Parkes
Accommodation In Trundle
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