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The Taubman & Webb Trading Post

The Taubman and Webb Trading Post is a tribute centre to the late Syd Bayliss, renowned bushman, plaiter and whip maker. 

The Centre displays many leather items which were made and used by Syd. There are also leather items made by local whip maker and attraction name-sake Richard Taubman and other leather works for sale.

Richard and Leah Taubman are dedicated to keeping Syd's stories alive for future generations. 

Richard hosts whip making classes and demonstrates his whip cracking skills with his infamous whip, "Big Bertha" a 20-metre whip made by Richard - which he often cracks down the main drag in Murringo.

The Tribute Centre also acts as a Cellar Door for the nearby Trandari Wines and sells local honey and sometimes freshly laid eggs.

Open every weekend and some public holidays.
Open during the week for by appointment only - Group Bookings by request. Bookings are essential.



Trandari Wines is a specialist producer of high quality Nebbiolo and Shiraz wines from the Hilltops region of New South Wales.

The Hilltops region is centred on the major provincial centre of Young and enjoys a growing reputation as a source of high quality wines. Production is based on organic viticultural methods and our goal is to provide hand crafted premium wines which are a natural expression of both vineyard and season. 

The climate of the Hilltops region is assessed as being ideally suited to the growing of the Nebbiolo variety. Vintages in our Nebbiolo range consistently display good varietal character and restrained tannin structures suggesting that this judgement is well placed. 

Affordability is also a key consideration and we invite you to further explore and appreciate the distinctive quality of Trandari Wines by visiting our cellar door at the Taubman and Webb Trading Post on either weekends and some public holidays or by appointment at the vineyard. 


+61 (2) 63839262


340 Wirrimah Road

Bendick Murrell

New South Wales



By prior appointment at the vineyard

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