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Discover Warren Region

There are plenty of things to see and do in and around Warren, Nevertire and Collie. View a copy of the 'Discover Warren Region' Visitor Information Guide here or collect a copy from the Warren Visitor Information Centre.

NEW - Guided Tours to the Macquarie Marshes

Riversmart will be commencing Guided Tours to the Macquarie Marshes from late September 2017. pdfPlease refer to the flyer for more information. 350.98 KB

Caravans and RVs

If you are travelling in a caravan or RV there is a public dump point and potable water tap at Oxley Park on the Oxley Highway, Warren.

Macquarie Caravan Park on Udora Rd, Warren (02 6847 4706) has powered sites, unpowered sites and cabins. Willie Retreat in the Macquarie Marshes (02 6824 4361) also has a variety of accommodation options including powered and unpowered sites. Further information can be found in the 'Discover Warren Region' Visitor Information Guide.pdf2.11 MB

Free parking is also available at Bob Christensen Reserve for up to 96 hours for self-contained vehicles only. *A self-contained vehicle is a caravan or recreational vehicle that has the capacity to retain all waste within the confines of the vehicle.

Directions to Bob Christensen Reserve are as follows:

  • From Visitor Information Centre, continue along Burton Street
  • Turn right at roundabout and continue on Dubbo Street out of town until you reach the QLD Cotton Gin on the left
  • Turn right at the Industrial Access Road
  • Continue until you reach Bob Christensen Reserve on the right

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Regional Platters

Welcome to Warren. Located in the heart of the fertile Macquarie Valley, the Warren Shire has a strong focus on agriculture, particularly sheep and cattle grazing, as well as wheat and cotton growing. Therefore, there are plenty of producers with a variety of unique and compelling products and experiences to share.

From the cotton and wool we wear, to the juices and wine we drink, to the fruits and meats we enjoy; our farmers are throwing open the farm gates to share the story of their products through an exciting new program.

Regional Platters is an agricultural trail guide designed to connect producers in the central west with a range of markets including the group visitor market, investors and special interest groups.Regional Platters guide

Flip through the guide, explore the products and plan your group’s visit to the region by contacting the producers directly or liaising with a tour operator.


  • About this guide
  • Welcome
  • About the region
  • Dubbo producers
  • Gilgandra producers
  • Mudgee producers
  • Narromine producers
  • Nyngan producers
  • Warren producers
  • Warrumbungles producers
  • Wellington producers
  • Tour operators
  • Events
  • Visitor information centre contacts


Download a copy of the pdfRegional Platters Guide here2.32 MB.

Any producers interested in being part of the new program please contact Emma Welsh or Alison Ruskin Rowe at Warren Shire Council - (02) 6847 6600.


Contact Details

For more information about Warren and the surrounding area, please contact the Visitor Information Centre.

Warren Visitor Information Centre
6 Burton Street
WARREN   NSW   2824
Phone: 02 6847 6665

10am - 5pm,  Monday to Friday
9am - 12noon,  Saturday
Closed Sunday.