Woodstock has a number of heritage-listed sites, including the Woodstock Railway Station, Walli Memorial Hall, Woodstock Hotel, Woodstock Convent Building and Woodstock Soldiers Memorial ParK.
Woodstock and surrounds are a wonderful area where you can see fields of gold. The bright yellow canola crops are spectacular when they flower against the green spring fields.
There is generally a 4 week window usually around September in which the canola crops are in full bloom with bright yellow flowers.
Discover absolutely stunning natural wonders within the proximity of the village at the Woodstock Cemetery Box Gum Woodland Remnant...whilst you are there discover the resting place of famous bushranger John Vane...
The Woodstock Loop is a cycling loop on
one of the quietest, smoothest and beautiful roads around. Surrounded by breath-taking scenery.
Locals call this ‘Marks Loop’, and there are many variations that can be considered to add interest and variety in riding the Woodstock area regularly. The rolling terrain provides a challenging ride.
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Make the most of clear country skies at Wyangala Waters that is ideal for a day trip and picnic, water sports and just right for a family holiday or get away with friends.
For those of you looking for activities, there are many to choose from at this picturesque park. There is a children’s playground, volleyball court and many walking trails through the bush to suit all levels of fitness. There are plenty of mountain bike trails to explore with varied terrain and spectacular scenery. A paddle around the foreshores any time of year is a wonderful and relaxing way to enjoy a day.
The dam is well regarded by anglers for fishing; silver and golden perch, catfish and Murray cod are plentiful.
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