Griffith is a city in the south-western Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. Griffith is a city or immigration and irrigation. Developed by Italian immigrants after the second world war, watered by the Murrumbidgee and the Snowy Mountains Scheme, Griffith is an agricultural centre for fruits, wines, and rice. Due to irrigation, the areas are more intensively farmed than much of New South Wales, with many small farms close to the town.
Countrylink  run a direct train service linking Sydney to Griffith on Saturdays, returning on Sundays. The train travels for most of the day, so it isn't practical to take a train trip from Sydney for the weekend. Other days there is a coach connection to meet with the Sydney and Melbourne XPT service at Wagga Wagga. The railway station is two blocks north of the town centre, within easy walking distance of the town centre. The coach connection stops in the town and the station.
V-Line  run a daily coach service connecting with the train at Shepparton. It arrives in Griffith around midnight, before turning around and heading back towards Shepparton in the early hours of the morning.
Griffith Bus Lines - Local and School services timetables . The bus generally runs several services a day to link Griffith's suburbs to the town centre and hospital. No services extend beyond the town, or link visitor areas.