Griffith's wine region is renowned for its cool climate wines, and is one of the largest wine growing regions in New South Wales. Sit back and relax at one of the many wineries around Griffith, surrounded by acres of vines, and enjoy a delectable meal, a high quality glass of wine and other produce on offer such as mature cheeses.
Discover how farming and irrigation was handled in early pioneering days at the Pioneer Park Museum. Set on 11 hectares of bushland the museum contains 40 original and recreated buildings, with hundreds of historical items, original furnishings and related exhibitions including rural machinery.
Griffith's Italian heritage is celebrated in the Griffith Italian Museum, which is located within the Pioneer Park Museum grounds. A variety of artefacts are on display that pioneering Italian families brought with them on their long voyage to Griffith.
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Getting to Griffith
The Melbourne XPT runs twice daily between Melbourne and Sydney and stops at Cootamundra and/or Wagga Wagga with a connecting coach to Griffith. On Saturdays only, the Griffith XPLORER runs from Sydney to Griffith.
Getting around Griffith
Griffith has regular local bus services that operate through Griffith and surrounding towns and villages, a taxi service, hire car companies and bus tour operators.