Arriving in Meandarra you’ll find a delightfully quiet and friendly main street – where you’ll become familiar with the local faces of the small businesses small town living in no time.
You’ll find essentials like the café, grocery store, wifi in the library, post office, news agency and hotel, but the most prominent landmark along the main street is the Meandarra ANZAC Memorial Museum. Outside you’ll find the “Me and Darra” statue that tells the story of the town’s name origins, while inside you’ll find a truly surprising display of military history, including tanks, guns and vehicles, sitting under the elevated Canberra bomber!
A favourite travellers spot is Brigalow Creek, which runs the length of Meandarra, offering a walking track, picnic/bbq spots and popular overnight camping with facilities, all just a walk to the pub or the bowls club. In summer months the water lilies are prolific and a sight to see on a walk along the creek.