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Nundle School of Arts Hall Jenkins Street, NundleNSW2340
Join the weekend ritual of shopping at Nundle Craft Inc for homemade cakes, biscuits and preserves, homegrown vegetables, farm eggs and crafts galore. The locally propagated plants are sought-after for their beauty, diversity and hardiness. Buy vegetables and seedlings grown by Nundle Public School and support its successful Kitchen to Garden to Kitchen Again program. view details
Porcupine Lookout is located two kilometres from town off Apex Road.
The access road to the summit of the lookout was a construction project of the Gunnedah Apex Club. The northern platform overlooks the town and beyond to the Nandewar Ranges over 100 kilometres away. To the right are the hills of Kelvin and the Kelvin State Forest. "Nobby's Rock" is a notable... view details
1.5km (return) - 0.75 hour (each way) - Easy difficulty
You'll get the best of all worlds on Cassinia walking track from Longpoint picnic area on the edge of the Great Escarpment, in Oxley Rivers National Park. Perfect for the kids, this short and easy track takes in rare rainforests, gums, and grassy heathlands, making it excellent for wildlife and birdwatching. Passing... view details
Glen Innes Golf Club is situated eight kilometres north of Glen Innes. Owned and operated by Glen Innes and District Services Club, the Golf Club holds many ambrose days through the year with a strong membership.
18 holes with a front nine and back nine are available for play. The Golf Club is an ideal venue for weddings, conferences or private functions. The services... view details
The Australian Standing Stones in Glen Innes pays tribute to the Celtic heritage of the early European settlers to the district. The site serves as a cultural gathering place for people from the Celtic communities; the Irish, Welsh, Cornish, Scottish, Manx and Bretons.
Home of the Australian Celtic Festival in May each year, the Standing Stones have great cultural... view details
If you're looking to get away from the crowds and explore pristine wilderness, then Werrikimbe National Park is the place for you. Part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, it's a unique natural landscape with ancient rainforest, tall eucalypt forests, pristine rivers, cascading waterfalls, rugged escarpment and deep gullies. In spring, the... view details
0.75km (one way) - 0.75 hour - Easy difficulty
Tia Falls walk offers the easiest and best views of beautiful Tia Falls and Tia Gorge. It's a short and easy walk, so a good one for walking with children. Tia Falls walk starts from Tia Falls lookout and picnic area, a good place to enjoy a picnic before or after your walk. view details
The "A Grade" 18 hole course situated right in the middle of Gunnedah's magnificent residential area, offers bent greens, full time professional, with all equipment hire. The Gunnedah Golf Club can also cater for social and competition golf as well as visiting and corporate days.
Opportunity exists to spot a koala wandering around the tree lined fairways.
The... 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
Armidale Train Station Brown Street, ArmidaleNSW2350
The Bi-Centennial Railway Museum was opened in 1988 to commemorate the men who built the Great Northern Railway. The Armidale Railway Station was built by Edmond Lonsdale in 1882, and welcomed its first train on 1st February 1883. The fine cast iron work was completed at New England Foundry in Uralla by Henry Sheldon Goddard. The ornamental chimneys and mouldings are typical... view details