Kyabram’s major tourist attraction is the Fauna Park,
with its large collection of Australian Fauna set in 55 hectares of open woodland, wetlands and lakes.
Within the park is a large walk thru aviary, Australia’s first, energy efficient reptile house, wetland viewing hides and more views from a wetland observation tower. A visitor information area is open to the public at the entrance of the Fauna Park Cafè.
The refurbished Town Hall, situated in the Main Street, is not to be missed when visiting Kyabram. The 1890’s building houses the magnificent “A Stitch Back in Time”, Isobel Harvie’s collection of Edwardian and Victorian clothing and accessories.
It also contains a visitor and community information centre as well as an Art Gallery, featuring ‘Splinter Contemporary Artists’ and Community Gallery Space. Open from 10am to 4pm (3pm winter hours) every day except Tuesdays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday.
Kyabram has also many sporting organisations including Football, Netball, Cricket, Hockey, Bocce, Croquet, Soccer, Little Athletics, Kyabram Bowls Club - lawn and indoor, Kyabram Valley View Golf & Bowls Club, Kyabram Parkland Golf Club and nearby harness racing trials. There are tennis courts, squash courts - available for hire, a sports stadium, a swimming pool (open in summer) and three gyms to keep fit!
The level terrain makes bike riding a popular leisure activity
The town has a a Regional Library with free internet and access to the Historical Society by appointment, churches (of many denominations), and community
groups including Senior Citizens.
The Plaza Theatre features movies on Tuesday and Saturday nights and is a venue for other live shows and functions.
Accommodation within the town includes motels, bed and breakfasts and caravan parks to suit your needs. Keep updated with the local news via - ‘The Kyabram Free Press’. Published every Wednesday or view the regular events via ‘Kyabram - My Kind of Town’ Facebook page and in the Albion Arcade (next to the newsagent), talk to one of the friendly locals, who will be delighted to tell you what’s happening in Kyabram or go to www.kyabramtown.com.au