BIGGA AND GRABINE
Photographers will love the scenic rural beauty of Bigga and its surrounding landscapes. Those wanting to wet a line will adore Bigga’s crystal mountain streams and their promise of a good fighting trout.
Golfers looking for a challenge can tackle Bigga’s steep golf course with its rugged terrain and splendid fairways.
Between the golf club and the local hotel, you will be able to quench your thirst and slate your altitude-sharpened appetite in country comfort and style.
Bigga is famous for its extremely fine wool, which has been fetching world record prices for generations and won the ‘Golden Bale’ in 1964.
Grabine is best known for its Lakeside State Park, on the shores of Wyangala Dam.
The dam is ideal for all sorts of water sports and the roped off area with pontoon is great for children and the young at heart.
A nearby playground, plenty of barbecues, picnic shelters, free tennis and golf, plus good facilities make this a wonderful recreational retreat.
The camping ground also has vans and self-contained cabins and the well stocked kiosk means there is no need to hop in the car during your stay. When the lake is at full capacity, it is 2.5 times the size of Sydney Harbour.