Binnaway Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course with “sandscrape” greens. Binnaway is a small town located on the Castlereagh River in central western NSW. It is about half an hours drive from both Coonabarabran and Coolah in the Warrumbungle Region. The drive from Sydney is about five to six hours. It is half way bewteen Melbourne and Brisbane, and within regional cities of Dubbo and Tamworth.
Free camping is available at the Pumphouse Camping Ground. Powered site with hot showers are available at a small cost as well as a Dump Point. Other accommodation include motels, B&Bs, and hotel.
During the 1920s, Binnaway was a bustling railway town acting as a vital transport link ferrying timber, grain and iron ore from rural New South Wales to coastal markets. To celebrate the town’s history with rail; a railway signal tribute has been established in the main street and the Binnaway community has restored the old railway barracks into accommodation. The Royal Hotel also featured in the movie “The Shiralee”.
Relax in the local park, or try your luck fishing in the Castlereagh River, or take a side trip to the Warrumbungle National Park and Sliding Spring.
Binnaway Golf Club runs competitions and charity events throughout the year. For further information, contact the Club.