Burrumbuttock is a small village 32 kilometres north west of Albury. Originally settled in 1839 on the 30,000 acre Burrumbuttock Station, the town is home to historic buildings including the Farmers Inn Hotel established in 1880 and the Holy Cross Lutheran Church from 1877. Burrumbuttock is home to the Wirraminna Environmental Education Centre that teaches guests about the natural environment, the ecology of local woodlands and Australia's native plants. Its wetlands, bush and landscape are linked by walking tracks and showcase a great diversity of native plants and wildlife. Wirraminna is also home to the annual Farm Art in the Bush Exhibition held bi-annually in September. During October you can explore the best flora in the region at the annual Burrumbuttock Flower, Photography, Craft and Cooking Show and Open Gardens. Take a break in Burrumbuttock and refuel at the Farmers Inn, the local watering hole, or the Burrumbuttock General Store. Both offer a range of food and drinks for the weary traveller. The General Store even has a Visitor Information Point, where you can get travel advice from the locals on all the must do experiences within the region. The Visitor Information Point has a range of local brochures and regional maps to help you find your way around the 'simply greater' shire.