Guyra in Aboriginal language means ‘fish may be caught’ as the town name goes local streams are excellent for fishing. This town is located at 1320 m on the Great Dividing Range and is one of the highest in New South Wales. Guyra has a rich mining history but today it is known for its fat lambs, beef, wool and potatoes.
Attractions in the town
Historical Society Museum is located on the Bradley Street. Railway Station of Guyra has large display of antique machinery. Water birds are spotted at Mother of Ducks Lagoon.
Attractions in the area
Chandler`s peak located 20 km to the east has some spectacular views for offering to visitors. 10 km to the North of Guyra Llangothlin Handicraft Hall is located; it is present on Highway 10. Crystal trout Caravan Park present on the New England Highway provide`s information about Guyra and the places to visit, etc.