If you’re looking to capture a classic photo of an Aussie country town, look no further than Trundle.
Picture yourself here standing on New South Wales’ widest main street, next to the Trundle Hotel with the longest wooden verandah in Australia!
There are no problems with angle parking in Trundle – Forbes Street is Australia’s widest main street, measuring 60 metres across.
Situated 55km north-west of Parkes, Trundle is a rural community, with production consisting mostly of wheat, sheep and cattle farming.
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Parkes Regional Towns
Bogan Gate is an impressive village featuring a quaint Pub, so plan a counter lunch after taking a trip to see Utes in the Paddock at Ootha.
Tullamore is situated on the Bogan Way, an alternate north south route to the Newell Highway
Peak Hill has endeavoured to preserve a proud and colourful history. The town is rich in arts and crafts resources with all venues situated in the main street (Caswell Street)
From the heights of Goobang National Park, to the plains of wheat and country villages, Parkes Shire boasts many sights to see – some well known and others waiting to be discovered.