Griffith is a wine growing area, and has a rich agricultural history. The town was designed by Burley Griffin, the man who planned Canberra. Griffith is 200km north west of Wagga Wagga
Altina Wildlife Park
Exotic and native wildlife on Murrumbidgee River.
Cocoparra National Park
This park is located Northeast of Griffith and has over 8,000 hectares of cliffs, gullies and walking trails. The easiest trail to take through here is Ladysmith Glen. In the southeast of the park you will find the Spring Hill Picnic area, a lovely place to eat and explore a canyon and Falcon Falls.
This winery is an exporter of wines worldwide, and does have daily tastings. Walla Avenue (02 6962 4133).
Griffith Regional Art Gallery
The Griffith Regional Gallery houses changing exhibitions and home to a collection of Australian jewellery.
A local oddity built by Valerio Recitti, an Italian and is full of stone galleries, cliff side gardens and painted rock walls. Scenic Drive.
The Italian museum was built by the Italian community and recognised the contribution of the Italian community to the area.
Lake Wyangan offers water sports and plenty of picnic spots.
This well known Australian wine label has tours and tastings, and can be found 8km South of Griffith. (02 6963 1001).
Pioneer Park Museum
The Pioneer Park Museum is a display of an early Riverina town, with some 40 buildings here dating back to the late 1800s. Located 2km North of Griffith. Airport Road (02 6952 4196).