Griffith

Griffith offers a number of wineries worth visiting in the area as well as an interesting museum. Fruit picking is also popular in Griffith between the months of November and March. There are also a number of places to stay. Griffith is also home to a large Italian community so you will find the majority of the restaurants offer Italian food. What better than a good restaurant offering delicious Italian food and wonderful Australian wine.

From Griffith you should also visit the Cocoparra National Park which offers a diverse range of landscape and wildlife, as well as the Willandra National Park which is further north again.

The Willandra National park was once an extremely large sheep station covering around 200,000 hectares, although is now about 10% of the original size. The area is beautiful to walk around, although you should have some experience as a walker.

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I was born in Griffith in 1938 at a farm called 1210. Although I passed through Griffith many years ago I did not have the time to search for my birthplace. Is the "farm 1210" still in existence and if so could I visit same. Hope someone can help, Thanks Rob.

EMAIL : robeen001@bigpond.com

Posted By robert bruce udny on Wednesday 22nd October 2014 @ 15:18:07

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