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Located in New South Wales, Australia, Gunnedah is known as home of the healthiest population of koalas thanks to corridors of trees planted throughout the town, which attract the animals, who walk freely on the streets, making Gunnedah the Koala Capital of the world. Did you know? The town is also the inspiration for Australia's most famous poem, My Country, by Dorothea Makellar who had as an inspiration for her parents' farm, near Gunnedah.
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Planning to visit and explore Sydney from Gunnedah? Driving time will take around 5 hours via New England Hwy/A15 and M1. Nearest towns around Gunnedah are Winton, Manilla, Tamworth, Gowrie and Quirindi. Take note that the city centre's speed limit is 40km/hr while urban areas further out are 50km/hr.
The Dorothea Makellar Memorial is a museum established in honor of the poet, where you can see a bronze statue depicting her riding. She is the writer of the country's most famous poem, also known as I Love A Sunburnt Country. You can see memorabilia related to her and buy books or compact discs with her poetry.
Gunnedah's Koalas are one of the most important attractions in town. You can see them strolling on the street, walking and you can play Spot The Koala. Koala means "no drink" because they get hydrated from the eucalyptus leaves they eat, but if that is not enough, the koalas need water. So, you may see on the streets bowl of water near trees, placed by the Gunnedah locals.
The Water Tower Museum is unique in the area. The building was the first water tower in Gunnedah and in the museum you can find memorabilia since 1908, when the tower was built. In the late '60s the museum was sold for just one dollar and totally redesigned and restored, and since then it has been one of the most important attractions in Gunnedah.
Poet's Drive is a tour through the landmarks that influenced poetry in Australia and a celebration of rural life. This is a one of a kind attraction in Gunnedah, depicting the town as extremely influential for arts and literature.