Holbrook's Local Attractions
National Museum of Australian Pottery
The Museum, situated at 76 Albury Street, (Hume Highway) Holbrook NSW . The Directors, Geoff and Kerrie Ford welcome visitors, groups and coaches to the museum.
HMAS Otway & Submarine Museum
Holbrook is home to HMAS Otway, the above waterline section of the decommissioned Australian Oberon Class Submarine. You can learn more about how the Otway came to reside in Holbrook and all about submarines in the Holbrook Submarine Museum, open seven days a week.
Woolpack Inn Museum
The Woolpack Inn Museum is located at the southern end of Holbrook. The unique building houses a collection of period furnishings, horse drawn vehicles, old farm machinery and is surrounded by lovely gardens
Ian Geddes Bushwalk
Holbrook has many areas in which the weary traveller can take a break. On the western side of the highway, behind Grimwoods, is the start of the Ian Geddes Bushwalk.
Holbrook Airfield is owned and operated by the Greater Hume Shire Council and is made available to appropriately licensed operators of registered aircrafts.
Holbrook Miniature Railway
The Railway is located at Ten Mile Creek Gardens. It operates 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month and every Sunday in the holidays.