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The Namoi Echo Museum, Wee Waa is not to be missed when visiting Wee Waa. The Museum and Schwager Cottage allow you to step back in time, right in the heart of Cotton Country. Located on Rose Street, the museum is just a short walk from the main shopping area of Wee Waa.
A cotton picker, old tractors, plane, blacksmith shop, Aboriginal artefacts and much, much more are on... view details
The National Transport Museum consists of a display of over 200 exhibits. Cars, trucks, fire engines, motorcycles, bicycles, pedal cars, scooters and numerous models and transport related items make up the ever changing display. As well as a huge variety of the more popular makes of vehicles, there are some rare and exotic creations on display such as a 1906 Dayton which is... view details
Visitors may not be prepared for the number of amazing handmade gifts and goodies to be found at The Gift Barrel. Skilfully handmade knits, exquisite baby clothes, embroidered towels, crocheted doilies and folk art item can be found alongside delicious locally made jams and pickles in this treasure trove of a store. view details
Built in 1870, McCrossin's Mill is a lovingly restored three storey flour mill which now houses a multi-award winning museum, gallery and function centre. Many locals once believed the "Old Mill" to be haunted. Now it is hauntingly beautiful.
Occupying the ground floor, a series of nine paintings by artist Phillip Pomeroy depict the fatal events of 25th May... view details
Nundle Woollen Mill is one of the last spinning mills still operating in Australia. The Nundle Mill team use traditional spinning machinery, several pieces nearly 100 years old, to transform raw wool into famous Nundle knitting yarn in eight ply, 12 ply and 20 ply.
Nundle Woollen Mill is a must-see attraction for travellers visiting Nundle. The mill enjoys almost 25,000... view details
Cumbo Gunnerah is the legendary warrior and wise leader of the Gunn-e-darr people of the Gomeroi (Kamilaroi) tribe.
A memorial to Cumbo Gunnerah is located at the front entrance to the State Office Block in Abbott Street, 15 metres from his final resting place. As well, the Cumbo Gunnerah Museum in the Red Chief Local Aboriginal Land Council holds a significant collection of... view details
Visitors to Inverell Jewellers have the opportunity to see a range of quality faceted New England Sapphires.
Found in store is a range of set local sapphires in both sterling silver and gold, and their friendly staff will be happy to show you their range, from affordable keepsakes to a one of a kind piece.
Tour groups are welcome by arrangement. Come in and experience the... view details
Moree Plains Gallery, through the permanent collection, changing exhibitions and diverse public programs, strives to stimulate knowledge and to widen horizons. Their goal is inspired by the far-reaching plains of the Moree region and by the Gallery's aim to expand people's cultural vision across the wide community.
Moree Plains Gallery is one of the few regional... view details
Narrabri's Old Gaol is part of an impressive complex of colonial government buildings which also includes the Office of the Court of Petty Sessions and the Court House.
The architect for this complex, James Barnet, also designed the Sydney General Post Office. The gaol opened in September 1882 and operated as such for exactly 100 years. It now provides an interesting... view details
The renowned Wells Gem and Mineral Collection was donated to the people of the Warialda district by the Wells family who were farmers near Warialda Rail. This collection is housed in the Warialda Visitor Information Centre and includes rough, cut and polished stones. An interesting collection of shells is also on show.