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Manildra Mill & Rail Museum
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– ATM, Fuel
– Bed & Breakfast / Self Catered
– Camping / Caravans / RV Dump Point
– Hotel / Pub
– Parks & Gardens
– Picnic Grounds
– Public Toilets
– Swimming Pool
Feel the pulse of Manildra where productivity meets rich country atmosphere – a thriving heart of industry for the region.
Situated on the banks of the Mandagery Creek, Manildra is a grain processing centre with the biggest Flour Mill in the southern hemisphere, the Manildra Flour Mill. Originally the Mill was moved from the village of Cargo in 1906 when rail came to Manildra. Today the mill runs 24 hours a day and is the hub of the area. The Mill not only plays a huge role in the activity, employment, and economic stability of Manildra, but visually dominates standing proud and tall against the rural landscape.
Australia’s oldest operating picture theatre, the Amusu Theatre, is also located in Manildra. Allan Tom started the theatre in 1923 as a travelling picture show before making it a permanent feature of the town in 1936. The theatre still screens new release films surrounded by the old world charm of yesteryear. The town features a friendly country style pub, takeaway cafés, a well patronised town pool and several town parks. Fishing in the Boree or Mandagery Creeks is a popular past-time of visitors and locals alike.