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Day Four
All Day
1
Soar into Narromine Aviation Museum

Take yourself back to the 1920's when Narromine had its first small locally built aircraft constructed. Investigate the original structures of the aerodrome with stories dating back to WWII and learn about the busy flying training school for the RAAF.

2
Adventure to an underground world at the Wellington Caves

Get ready for an adventure to an underground world at the Wellington Caves. Guided tours are offered daily through two magnificent show caves, the Cathedral and Gaden caves. Be amazed by 15m tall crystal formations and intricate cave corals. Or don your hard hat and take a step back in time on the Phosphate and Fossil tour, exploring a 100-year old mine and uncovering megafauna fossils that roamed the earth one million years ago. Open 9.00am – 4.30pm, check tour time schedules.

Kids checking out the exhibits at the Narromine Aviation Museum
Narromine
Narromine Aviation Museum
Visitors Information Centre, Narromine Aerodrome, Mitchell Highway, Narromine NSW 2821

Experience nearly a century of aviation history in Australia’s oldest regional aero club’s collection of photographs, records, artefacts and aircraft. Hailing back to the days of ‘barnstormers’, Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, Jean Batten and Arthur Butler, through wartime and to today.

Wellington Fossils and Phosphate Mine
Wellington
Wellington Caves
Caves Road, Wellington NSW 2820

Discover the underground at Wellington Caves. Take a guided tour through Cathedral Cave, Gaden Cave and the Fossil and Phosphate Mine. Be amazed by 15m tall crystal formations, intricate cave corals, 400-million-year-old marine fossils and 1-million-year-old megafauna fossils.