In 1923 a travelling picture show called The Amusu (pronounced 'Amuse You') was established and settled permanently in Manildra in 1936.
It is reportably the oldest continuously operating picture theatre in Australia.
Have a picnic in one of two lovely parks each with BBQ facilities or try some fishing in Boree or Mandagery Creek.
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20 km south-west of Molong and 16 km west of Cudal, and halfway between Orange and Parkes - on the banks of the Mandagery Creek is Manildra a small village of just 500+ people.
Established here in 1904 the Manildra Flour Mill is the largest flour mill in the Southern Hemisphere and still growing. It runs 24 hours a day..
Originally it was in Cargo but when the railway went to Manildra it was moved there.
Manildra is also the location of the National Bread Show.
Manildra Agricultural Show - September
Mill & Rail Museum
Kiewa Street, Manildra
Open by appointment - 02 6364 5003
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