You will need to take your time to discover all the points of interest around the district. Culcairn is a great area of New South Wales; home of the Henty Field Days, full of history, and often referred to as 'Morgan Country' as this used to be old Dan's neighbourhood.
The region's rich German rural heritage stands out, not only in it's phone books, but also in the form of Walla Walla's impressive Zion Lutheran Church. The majestic Culcairn Hotel and Stationmaster's Residence have been standing proudly either side of the Great Southern Railway line at Culcairn since 1891 and 1883 respectively. Your taste buds will be tempted and you'll be charmed by the country hospitality that accompanies every meal at our regions many eateries.
Henty's Headlie Taylor Header display is one of the region's and the nation's, breakthroughs in agriculture and can be found in Henty's Memorial Park. If you're into hobby farms or other rural diversities like alpacas, yabbies, nurseries and wineries you find them scattered throughout the region.
Why not stay a few days and take in the many sights to see including: the many magnificent heritage-listed buildings; reminders of the Henty-Culcairn area's close association with the railways; soak up the pleasant, relaxed rural atmosphere; a number of attractions and natural features including; Morgan's Lookout; Doodle Cooma Swamp and the Gum Swamp at Walla
Temperatures for Culcairn Area
Culcairn Area has moderate summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Culcairn Area is approximately 28 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 13 °c.
Culcairn Area has mild winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Culcairn Area is approximately 12 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 2 °c.
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