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Gundagai Visitor Information Centre

249 Sheridan St, Gundagai, New South Wales 2722, Australia
+61 2 6944 0250
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country things

I grew up near here and my family had been in the area from the 1840's, so from irish famine... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great staff, with great attitudes

We visited here mid afternoon on a Sunday, and the young lady was very happy we were there, and... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
Patrick R
Sydney, Australia
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Stocking local produce and a wide range of souvenirs, Gundagai Visitor Information Centre is located on the left hand side of the main street (Sheridan Street) as you come into town. The friendly staff can guide you to all the attractions Gundagai has to offer. Take the Heritage Walking Tour to capture the essence of this historic and fascinating township. Gundagai's best kept secret is Rusconi`s Marble Masterpiece on display at the Visitors Centre, 20,948 pieces of carved NSW marble taking 28 years to complete. This one man`s hobby has become a must see. Enquire at the counter for an audio tour of the old Gundagai Gaol, where Captain Moonlight the bushranger was sentenced and spent the night. In Carberry Park adjacent to the centre are the Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel copper statues, wonderfully sculptured by Aurel Ragus. The visitor centre also books Greyhound and VLine and Trainlink coach and train services and sells cruise holidays, plus travel insurance.
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249 Sheridan St, Gundagai, New South Wales 2722, Australia
+61 2 6944 0250
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I grew up near here and my family had been in the area from the 1840's, so from irish famine orphans to bullockies to all the rest, I found this wonderful. Worth spending some time and making a donation, even if in hurry and brief,...More

Thank spirited23
Reviewed 13 June 2017

We visited here mid afternoon on a Sunday, and the young lady was very happy we were there, and very helpful. Plenty of information, and things to purchase if needed.

2  Thank Patrick R
Reviewed 11 June 2017

A great info Centre that houses a little gem. Masconi's Marble masterpiece is available to see here for a small fee. Well worth stopping and seeing the intricate work in marble made over 28 years. Staff are very helpful and knowledgable about their town.

Thank Julie A
Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

Called in for maps and things to do in the local area. Looked at the amazing marble structure created by a local artisan in the 19 th century. It's in a private room of the tourist centre and worth seeing.

Thank pixtip
Reviewed 28 May 2017

The friendly woman at the information centre provided us with the information we were seeking about the local area. Paying $3.00 (Senior discount) was worthwhile to see Rusconi's Marble Masterpiece and listen to the background story of Rusconi and his 28 year undertaking. Crossing the...More

Reviewed 2 May 2017

The staff are well informed with local information and they are very helpful. The visitor information centre is in the main street with plenty of parking.

Thank Aussie2406
Reviewed 3 March 2017

The staff with whom we spoke were very helpful, informative and friendly and we could pick up local wines (no tasting). Didn't know about the marble masterpiece or Rusconi until we got there. $5.00 entry fee to display totally worth it. An amazing piece of...More

Thank ClanLaguna
Reviewed 21 January 2017 via mobile

It is worth a visit to this centre just to see the marble masterpiece. It costs $5 to see it but I think it was money well spent. It took 28 years to build and it is perfect. The information centre, itself, has your usual...More

Thank Rainbowbeliefs
Reviewed 11 January 2017 via mobile

Lovely ladies at the info centre ready with tales of local historical identities, help with the cheesy tshirt hunt, and directions to the nearest (fill in the blank, but in my case petrol station, pharmacy, and toilets). Thanks good people, making travellers welcome.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Thank Acc_tourist
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Great place to go to get all the information you need to walk to the sights of Gundagai (not the lookouts, drive to these). Friendly staff talk you through the walking map and off you go. Many historic buildings but the highlight was the wooden...More

Thank helken2014
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