Gundagai is a small town in New South Wales founded in 1838. Although it is a small town, it has become some of an icon of a typical Aussie country town, and has been featured in a number of books and articles by Australian writers.
- Tales of Old Gundagai
- Gundagai : its history, verse and song
- Gundagai Album : Early Photographs of an Australian Country Town
- The Dog on the Tuckerbox
- The Claimant : the extraordinary story of the Australian butcher who said he was a Baronet
Things to do in Gundagai, NSW
There are a number of things to do in Gundagai, including taking a stroll across the Prince Alfred Bridge, visiting the epic Rotary Lookout, which allows you view of Gaundagai and beyond.
For history buffs, no visit to Gundagai would be complete without a visit to the Gundagai Museum, checking out the Gundagai Heritage Railway and a self guided tour of the Old Gundagai Gaol.
Gundagai enjoys a minimum of 3 degrees celsius in July, and a maximum of approximately 33 degrees during the height of summer, in January.
Time in Gundagai
The time in Gundagai New South Wales is GMT +11.