Outback Towns

Leeton

In the heart of the Riverina

About Leeton

Named after Charles Alfred Lee, Leeton was the first town in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA), is in the heart of the Riverina half way between Sydney and Melbourne.

Known for its diverse culture, country hospitality and Art Deco buildings, many of which are still evident in the main street, Leeton was designed by American architect Walter Burley Griffin who then went on to design Griffith and Canberra.

Warm days, cool nights and plenty to see and do makes Leeton a great place to visit and explore.

Attractions include:

  • Leeton Visitor Information Centre
  • Wineries, Sunrice Centre
  • Fivebough Wetlands
  • Yanco Powerhouse Museum
  • Whitton Courthouse Museum
  • Gogeldrie Weir
  • Historic Hydro Motor Inn Murals
  • Leeton Heritage Walk
  • Roxy Theatre

Features

  • ATM
  • Fuel
  • Airport
  • Hospital
  • Medical Centre
  • Chemist
  • Dump Point
  • Groceries
  • Mechanical Repairs