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SPRING 2022: It’s time for adventure! 🌻

Spring has SPRUNG into ACTION!We know many of you have been counting down the days for the warmer weather to arrive to get back to doing more of the outdoor activities you’ve put in the “too hard”Β (…to get out of bed…) basket while things have been a little icy.(Tell us that statement isn’t correct. Don’t worry, us too…)We know we can always count on the changing of the seasons. Whether…

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WINTER 2022: Heat up as temps get low… ❅

Header Image courtesy of Yarrabandai Creek Homestead Winter is a time where we really get to slow down – there isn’t all the hustle and bustle that we’ve come to know at Christmas time. And, unlike summer where we are constantly doing things and going places, and needing to be everywhere all at once, trying to see everyone and do everything; in winter, we can just stop, sit back and…

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AUTUMN 2022: Fall in love with Forbes πŸ‚

Isn’t autumn just the most beautiful time of the year?In Amazing Forbes, it’s the time when the western summer heat begins to cool down a little and the leaves begin to turn all shades of amazing reds, and orange and yellows… This year autumn will see the Parkes Elvisβ„’ Festival come to town and Amazing Forbes has a few things up its sleeve – read below for all the details…

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Summer 21/22: The coolest attractions in the Central West ☼

We have water – and plenty of it!From the Lachlan River, to our beautiful Lake and even the Forbes Wetlands (aka Gum Swamp Bird Hide)!Water activities and attractions for summer – we’ve got you covered. We are sure that by now you know “we have water”.The magnificent Lachlan River sits on the edge of our beautiful town of Forbes: running from Cowra to the east, to Condobolin to the west.Like…

Warmed Up and Chilled Out… Frost and Fire 2021 πŸ”₯

What do Dragon Boats, Jon Snow and the Winter Solstice have in common…? After a year off, Frost and Fire came back bigger and better to wow crowds and give them a night to remember.More Covid news and the threat of wet weather looming in the days leading up to the event didn’t put too much of a dampener on things, nor could it keep festival-goers away on the night.The…