- Welcome to Hay
- Visitor Information
AM & Co Hairdressing
185 Lachlan St Hay NSW 2711
AM & Co have a strong focus on quality in both service and product and will deliver the highest level of professionalism, making every visit a memorable one.
Annual Hay Show
Everyone loves a country show and Hay has it all on the second weekend in September every year. The pavilion is filled with wonderful homemade goods and cooking competitions, children’s artwork and CWA scones and a cuppa. take a stroll along the grassed area, smell the BBQ steaks and watch the dog jump and children’s pets. Side…
Apex Park, Hay NSW
The Apex park a small shady park with play equipment for smaller children, located next to the Hay Gaol Museum with access to public bathroomsChurch St
77-79 Lachlan St Hay NSW 2711
AutoPro has all things Auto covered. If you need a part for your car, a car wash product or a gift card for a friend AutoPro Hay has you covered.
Betta Home Living
143 Lachlan St Hay NSW 2711
At Betta Home Living they strive to help everyone with all there electrical and furniture needs. Locally owned and operated customer service and community support is second to none.
Bidgee Riverside Trail
A formed walking track that hugs the curves of the Murrumbidgee River invites visitors to wander through the Bushy Bend reserve to Sandy Point beach. The walking track features large public sculptures by artists John Wood and John Woodward. Hire a bike from the Visitor Information Centre to explore by bike.
407 Moppett St, Hay NSW 2711
From Visitor Centre: Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm, Sat 9am to 12pm
Cycling is a great way to get around Hay and have a look at our many attractions. Our cycleway paths are always improving and provide a great track to ride on. Please find here our Bike Map to help guide you. The Hay Outback Info Centre has available for free hire, four adult pushbikes and 2 children’s…
Download the bike map and follow the guide to explore our many bike tracks and trails.
The ‘Hay Shire is located on the Riverine Plain in south-western New South Wales and includes portions of the floodplains of the Lachlan and Murrumbidgee Rivers. Contrary to popular belief the ‘Hay Plain’ supports a diverse range of vegetation communities and these communities contain numerous bird species. Birds of the Saltbush & Cottonbush ShrublandsThis community…