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Attractions

Finley Pioneer Rail

The Finley Pioneer Rail Museum is the jewel in the crown of rail history in the Southern Riverina. Together with a still standing and mostly original Finley Station, Finley Pioneer Rail is a unique heritage railway precinct. History from a time when rail was king. 

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Photo Credit: Gregg Brotherston of Kowhai Photography

The Finley Experience

Things to see and do in Finley NSW


When it comes to a visit to Finley, visitors often lament not allowing more time to experience the many attractions and hear all the stories from such a rich and proud farming past.

 

The authenticity so eagerly sought after these days, is here in spades. You can hear it in the roar at the rodeo, you can taste it in the cakes sold at the local arts and crafts stores.

Photo Credit: Rachelle Delmenico

Finley Lake

Take a walk or run around the lake and take in the serenity. Plenty of water birds to be seen. Great to sit down and relax, chuck in a fishing rod or have a picnic. 

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Finley Historical Museum & Log Cabin

Step back in time by walking through the McAllister Homestead,then on to the Museum and enjoy its marvellous collection of machinery and memorabilia which has been collected over the past 40 or so years. On site is the original Myrtle Park School built in 1896.With concessions for buses and groups, bookings are essential as opening hours vary. Tongs Street Finley (03) 58831347. Please phone if unattended.

 

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Finley Memorial Park

Enjoy the view at the Memorial Park. Kids playground to keep the little ones entertained as well as a BBQ for parties and get togethers. Plenty of green grass, great for a kick of the football or soccerball.

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Photo Credit: Mikaela McQueen

Finley Foundry Museum

The Finley Foundry Museum is a celebration of the long association JT & EN Close has had with the district community. The museum is dedicated to the original founder and owner JT Close, for the work he did establishing the business. They have lots of machinery and equipment on display that has remained at the foundry over the years, also Documents and business papers from the 1900's are on show. Located at 48-52 Wollamai Street, Finley, its a must see when passing though!

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Murals

They may not be on a silo, but these fantastic pieces by Damien Mitchell are defiantly worth the stop.

Ram: Spray painted on the south side of the Tuppal Hotel (149 Murray Street, Finley) Shane Crawford & Spiderbait inside the Tuppal Hotel

Boomerang Motors Mural ( 26-30 Warrmatta Street, Finley)

Finley Bowling Club Murals (1-11 Tuppal Street, Finley)

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Live Stock

After lunch there is still time to visit the the Saleyards or the Finley Livestock Exchange or simply take your time to browse the heritage buildings. 

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Finley Golf Club

If golf’s your game, do what more and more sporting tourists are doing, play at the highly regarded Finley Golf Course. Run by mainly volunteers, Finley Golf club is held to a high standard for all levels of golfers. 

https://www.finleygolf.com.au/cms/

 

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Photo Credit: Finley Golf Club

Fancy a Game of Bowls?

Finley Bowling Club or Returned Soldiers Club for a game of bowls or a drink and a meal, with plenty of friendly locals to welcome you.

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