DARLINGTON POINT

Darlington Point

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Welcome to Darlington Point

RELAX ON THE MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER!

A historic river town established in 1864 Darlington Point was a major river port and crossing for the Murrumbidgee River. The town is surrounded by majestic river red gums, being a haven for animal and bird life. Evidence of the paddle steamer era can still be viewed, with the town offering a friendly warm welcome and an excellent overnight destination during your journey.

 

MUST SEE & DO

  • View the replica of the original 1904 lift span bridge
  • Take a stroll past the many historic buildings
  • Take a tour of Altina Wildlife Park
  • Grab your fishing line and dangle your toes in the River
  • Take a bushwalk through the surrounding red gum forests to view the many parrots and birdlife
  • Check out the Redgum Furniture by local craftsman Bernie Carroll

TOURIST INFORMATION

Murrumbidgee Council
21 Carrington Street
Darlington Point NSW 2706

Ph. (02) 6960 5500
Fax. (02) 6968 4252