Fun and Fitness in Narrabri and Wee Waa
Last updated August 1, 2023
There are many ways to stay active in and around our beautiful towns… plus they offer the ideal opportunity to make new friends!
We love our sport in Narrabri and Wee Waa, and every weeknight and weekend you will find locals enjoying a great variety of team sports, including netball, rugby league, rugby union, AFL, football (soccer), cricket, waterpolo, basketball, polocrosse and touch football.
Why not join up and check out the action at a local comp – hop onto the community directory for a list of clubs just waiting for keen new players to join.
A free 5km timed, run, walk or jog around Narrabri Lake, every Saturday at 8am.
Registration is required before your first run
Namoi Dragons Dragonboat Club welcome new members to hop aboard and try out this fabulous sport!
Narrabri Aquatic Centre
Six-lane 50-metre outdoor pool, 25-metre indoor heated swimming pool, one-metre diving platform, children splash pool, gym, kiosk and BBQ area.
49 Tibbereena St, Narrabri
Wee Waa Memorial Swimming Pool
Six-lane 33-metre outdoor pool, toddler pool, one-metre and three-metre diving platforms, kiosk and BBQ area.
54 Alma St, Wee Waa
A well-maintained 18-hole course challenging players of all skill levels, complemented by a newly renovated Club House with indoor golf simulators, family-friendly bistro and deck and verandah seating, offering views of the lush fairways.
116 Gibbons Street, Narrabri
A 9-hole course with regular comps and special events.
Golf Club Road, Wee Waa
Wee Waa Indoor Sporting Complex
Netball, basketball and volleyball court facilities.
Rose Street, Wee Waa
Regular group bushwalks to discover the beauty of the area.
Narrabri West Lake
Volunteers worked tirelessly to convert the swamp land of Narrabri West Lake into a vibrant recreational haven, catering to swimmers, canoeists, picnickers, and windsurfers alike. For those seeking an active experience, there's a fantastic 3km walking and cycling track encircling the entire lake, which allows visitors to soak in the areas natural beauty. For bird watchers, the islands at the southern end of the Lake are a haven for local and migrating birds, including the majestic black swan. Picnic tables, BBQ facilities and outdoor gym nearby.
8 Buri Street, Narrabri
Courts for casual hire, regular competitions and lessons.
Cnr Bohena and Wukuwa Street, Narrabri
Narrabri Scout Hall
64 Maitland Street, Narrabri
Corner of Barwan and Bowen Street, Narrabri
12 Meelee Street, Narrabri
Strength and Conditioning Studio, group classes and personal training
118 Mitchell Street, Wee Waa and 97 Barwan Street, Narrabri
A scenic 5km, easy loop trail great for running and walking plus mountain bike track.