A pictorial history of
Coleambally can be viewed at the Murrumbidgee Shire Office
in Brolga Place, where you can see how the town developed
through the lens of a camera. As part of the Bicentennial
project the John McInnes Square in Brolga Place was
constructed as a town square in 1988. The pergola made from
local redgum is covered with wisteria for summer shade.
There are walking tracks located in the forest reserves that
surround the town, and kangaroos are often seen feeding at
dusk and dawn. The area is home to an diversity of flora and
fauna including the threatened species, the Superb Parrot
and the Southern Bell Frog, with the rice fields provide a
feeding habitat for many species of water birds, including
ibis, sandpipers, egrets and herons.
The Lions Park at the entrance to the town is home to a huge
Bucyrus Dragline Excavator that was used in the construction
of the irrigation scheme. You can also experience farming at
the Community Experimental/Demonstration Farm or even take a
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