This historic village will have you charmed from the moment you arrive. Step back in time and enjoy a self-guided tour of the beautifully preserved streetscapes, established at the beginning of the twentieth century.
The majestic Ariah Park Hotel is the heart of the village and is a popular dining destination featuring regional produce on it’s seasonal menu. Stop for a chat with the locals as you wander under the peppercorns and past the old petrol bowsers that made the village famous.
The bronze wheat lumper statue erected in 2016 is a tribute to the hardworking men who carried and stacked bags of wheat until the railway brought bulk grain handling to the village in 1916.
With a swimming pool, golf course, lake, walking tracks, camping ground, skate park, and antique shops, this village is like a little resort waiting for you to discover.