Local Grenfell Attractions
Grenfell is situated in the Weddin Shire in central New South Wales. Less than half a days drive from Sydney and approximately two hours drive from Canberra, Dubbo, Bathurst and Wagga. Grenfell is the birthplace of Henry Lawson and steeped in history with much of its old world character maintained.
Grenfell has a range of attractions that are available for visitors and local's (perfect for visiting friends and relatives). We have brilliant facilities for our visitors and residents to use including parks, playgrounds, a swimming pool, skate park and more. More information about the parks and facilities can be found here.
Grenfell also offers a range of events throughout the year such as the Henry Lawson Festival and the Grenfell Gold Fest.
Weddin Mountains National Park
Weddin Mountains National Park, near Grenfell, consists of a small rocky range of mountains and provides a great day out for all the family to enjoy.
Ben Hall's Cave Walking Track
Imagine bushrangers heading their horses up into the hidden byways of the mountain range on this walk.
Seaton's Farm is quietly nestled at the base of Berthas Gully, on a scenic pastoral block within Weddin Mountains National Park.
Iandra Castle - Mt Oriel Homestead
The first home built on this site was built in brick and was finished in 1880. This original building was incorporated into the current structure, the building of which commenced in 1908.
The Big Gold Pick and Pan
Australia is known for its many big things. There is the Big Pineapple, the Big Banana, the Big Merino, the Big Prawn and the list goes on. In Grenfell, there is the the Big Gold Pick and Pan!
Bertha's Gully Walking Track
This very scenic walk takes you up through Bertha’s Gully on the western side of the Weddin Mountains.