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On the banks of the beautiful Murrumbidgee River, Hay will charm you with its fine heritage buildings, gorgeous gardens and parks, and fascinating agriculture and World War II history. In the western Riverina region of NSW, Hay is one of Australia’s major wool growing areas.

At Shear Outback and the Australian Shearers Hall of Fame, discover the story of Australian sheep shearing and see live sheep-shearing demonstrations, held at 10.30am, 1pm and 3.30pm. There is a gift shop, cafe and maze at the museum, open seven days a week. Drink from elaborate Witcombe Fountain and visit Bishop’s Lodge, an 1888 iron house designed to withstand extreme climate. Military history is an important part of Hay’s heritage, too. Visit the Hay Gaol Museum and Dunera Museum, in the heritage-listed Hay Railway Station, for the intriguing history of the World War II civilian internment camps and prisoner of war camps in Hay. The station is home to the POW and Internment Camp Interpretative Centre. Make an appointment and visit Hay War Memorial High School Museum. The school was described as the ‘finest war memorial’ when it opened in 1923.