Car weary legs will appreciate the two-kilometre stretch of shady riverbank walkway flanking the town. A star feature, the riverbank walkway begins below the Jack Taylor Weir. There you’ll find a commemorative stone to mark Sir Thomas Mitchell’s crossing of the Balonne River on St George’s Day back in 1846. Further along the riverbank walkway, a marker showcases the flood heights of the swollen Balonne River from years gone by.
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