Welcome to Leeton

Whether you prefer relaxing in a character-filled Art Deco hotel or bringing your caravan with you on your travels, you’ll discover a unique place to stay when travelling in Leeton and exploring the Riverina.

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Caravan & Camping
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Oasis Caravan Park

Located off the highway in a quiet bush setting, Oasis Caravan Park offers a relaxing stay.
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Self-Contained
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BJ’s Accommodation Leeton

BJ's offers spacious one- or two-bedroom apartments at an affordable price.
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Self-Contained
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Kindred Lodge and Kindred Parkside Apartments

These beautiful, modern two-bedroom apartments are set across two locations in Leeton.
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Hotels & Motels
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Hydro Hotel

The Hydro Hotel offers a comfortable stay in a grand, Art Deco period building located in the heart of Leeton.
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Caravan & Camping
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Leeton Caravan Park

On beautiful lawns shaded by mature trees, Leeton Caravan Park has more than 70 powered and unpowered sites.
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Self-Contained
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Collins on Church

Situated just a few steps from Leeton’s main street, where you’ll find the area’s best dining and shopping, is Collins on Church.

The Riverina area is famous as one of NSW’s most important food bowls. A huge range of produce, from rice to beef cattle, is grown and raised here. For anyone who enjoys a tipple, there’s also the opportunity to taste the local wine at several boutique vineyards. Taste the seasons and the best of the region at Leeton restaurants, cafes, pubs and clubs.

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Clubs
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Leeton Soldiers Club

With a fully licensed and newly renovated restaurant and bar, full poker machine area, and rooms for large and medium-sized functions, the Soldiers is the place to be, whatever the occasion.
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Cafes
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Luke’s Takeaway

Head to Luke’s for the big breakfast in the morning or fish and chips, hamburgers and snacks later in the day.
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Restaurants
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Benvenuti Restaurant

Benvenuti is a traditional, family-owned Italian restaurant that’s been serving delicious food in the heart of Leeton since 2001.
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Cafes
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Mr Doner Kebab & Chargrill

Doner kebabs, Turkish pide, gozleme, pizza and much more is available on the menu.
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Restaurants
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Pages on Pine Restaurant & Grill

Established in 2003, Pages on Pine has proved itself to be one of Leeton’s most-loved members of the local dining scene.
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Cafes
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The Coffee Tree

With award-winning coffee from the Byron Bay Coffee Company and wholesome homemade goodies, you’re sure to feel at home at the Coffee Tree.

A wealth of history. Family fun. Public art trails. Agricultural tours. Touring routes. Fishing and boating. Whatever it is you look for in a relaxing holiday, you’ll likely find it here. Leeton attractions are many and varied. Just make sure you give yourself enough time to explore them all.

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Touring Routes
in Leeton, Murrami, Whitton, Yanco

Art Deco Way: the Narrandera to Darlington Point Touring Route

This touring route encourages visitors to travel off traditional highway corridors to hidden inland destinations such as Leeton, the Art Deco capital of regional Australia, Whitton and surrounds.
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Nature
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Murrumbidgee Valley National Park and Cycling

If cycling is your thing, follow Leeton’s pathways for an adventure on two wheels.
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History & Heritage
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Whitton Courthouse & Historical Museum

Located within the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area and 25km west of Leeton, Whitton Courthouse & Historical Museum is close to all the main attractions of the area, including the Whitton Malt House, Gogeldrie Riverside Park and Southern Cotton Gin.
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Nature
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Fivebough Wetlands

Internationally recognised by Ramsar, the Fivebough Wetlands in Leeton is home to a range of birdlife, including, depending on the time of year, migratory species.
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Arts & Culture
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Lyrics, Landscapes and Lintels Public Art Trail

Lyrics, Landscapes and Lintels is a trail of public art celebrating Leeton’s rich heritage and history.
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History & Heritage
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Leeton Museum and Gallery

Brought to life within the walls of the former Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission building, the Leeton Museum and Gallery dives into more than a century of the town’s history.

When you’re visiting the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area, time your event to coincide with one of Leeton’s spectacular community and destination events. They celebrate all the region is noted for, from 1920s heritage at the Australian Art Deco Festival to its incredible produce at the Leeton SunRice Festival. Each month, fill your basket with the best from local growers at the Leeton Farmers Markets.

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First Saturday of the Month
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Leeton Farmers and Makers Markets

This community event is held on the first Saturday of each month at Mountford Park, connecting locals and visitors with those who make their own products or grow their own produce in the region.
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September 6, 2022
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Get Your Grant On! Grant Writing Workshop & Networking Event

Wrap your head around the world of grants while you network with creatives at the Leeton Museum and Gallery!
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September 10, 2022
- September 11, 2022
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Murrumbidgee Carriage Driving Event

A Combined Driving Event hosted by the Murrumbidgee Carriage Club at Murrami.
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November 4, 2022
- November 6, 2022
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Leeton Town Band Outback Spectacular

One the first weekend in November, Leeton hosts concerts and performances from some of the best concert and brass bands in the country.
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December 4, 2022
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Light Up Leeton

Light Up Leeton is a Christmas carnival and community concert that sees local homeowners and businesses come together to celebrate the festive season.
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July 7, 2023
- July 9, 2023
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Australian Art Deco Festival Leeton

Held annually in July, Australia’s largest Art Deco festival celebrates all things from 1910 to 1940 within Leeton’s stunning Art Deco buildings, including the Roxy Theatre.