Bingara is a fascinating place to be. Garnets, Jasper, Gold, rhodonite and tourmaline are found in the creeks and rivers of this fascinating town Bingara. There are various places to watch in Bingara other than fossicking for gold. In January Australia day race meeting and celebrations are held in Bingara. In the month of March Jazz is organized at the junction.
Stamper Battery is located at the site of former All Nations Gold Mine. It is situated at the top of Hill Street, Bingara.
National Trust Classified Museum
This Museum displays gems and minerals, 19th century furniture and photographs and working smithy. It is built in the year 1860 and is thought to be Bingara`s first hotel.
Rocky Creek Glacial Area
This area is located at 37 km south west of Bingara. Unusual rock conglomerate formations are present in the area.
70 km South West from Bingara one can find Swan Rocks. These are pipe shaped volcanic rock formations.