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Set on the edge of Little Llangothlin Lagoon, Little Llangothlin picnic area is an ideal place for a leisurely picnic and makes for a perfect day trip from Glen Innes or Armidale. As one of the few remaining Ramsar-listed wetland areas in the New England Tablelands region, the birdwatching opportunities are endless. There are over 100 bird species found ... Visit website for... view details
Visit the Sweet Place today for a sweet experience. From English sweets, teddy bears, traditional lollies, tea, honey, handmade soap, gift baskets, to a variety of local products, there is something special for everyone.
If you are travelling through the New England Region, drop into Uralla. There are many beautiful shops and eateries. A town rich in natural beauty and... view details
The Heritage Sculptures at Pensioners Hill Lookout are a group of stones which were erected by the Rotary Club of Gunnedah West with the project funded by BHP Billiton. The sculptures have been created by Carl Merten and Joan Relke to illustrate some aspects of Gunnedah's rich cultural heritage.
There are four stones which depict a coal miner, pioneer women, agriculture,... view details
A circular lake, three kilometres in diameter, Yarrie Lake is perched on the edge of the vast Pilliga scrub, providing a haven for countless species of birds and animals. Visitors to the lake reported that they had counted 60 species of birds late one afternoon. The perfect saucer shape of the lake is thought to have been formed by the landing of a meteor many years ago...... view details
Apsley Falls picnic area is perched on the edge of the Great Escarpment, with impressive views of upper Apsley Gorge. It's just off the Oxley Highway, making it an ideal pit stop on a road trip. As you pile out of the car, breathe in that clean mountain air and inhale the scent of the eucalypts. Apsley Gorge is ... Visit website for more info view details
Nestled on the slopes of Nandewar Ranges, Wagun picnic area offers a tranquil bush setting for a family get-together in Deriah Aboriginal Area, near Mount Kaputar National Park and Narrabri. Enjoy a barbecue lunch while learning about the unique culture of the local Gamilaraay People, in this peaceful picnic area. After lunch, enjoy a short walk around Culture Sculpture ...... view details
The Narrabri Craft Shop, is operated by the Narrabri Art and Craft Society. The building was built in 1887 and is one of Narrabri's earliest buildings. Today it houses a wide range of exquisite hand made crafts. Interesting and sometimes unusual monthly exhibitions are a feature of the gallery. Also on display are the workshop kilns and needlework displays. Don't... view details
The Glen Innes District is renowned for its unique rock formations, one of the most unusual is Balancing Rock, 12 kilometres south of Glen Innes on the New England Highway. The gigantic boulder of granite rests precariously on a 300 millimetre point amongst other rock formations.
Balancing Rock is on private property and is about 150 metres from the highway. It is not... view details
2km (one way) - 1.5 hour - Easy difficulty
It's all waterfalls and wilderness on this easy walk around the rim of the Wollomombi Gorge high in the falls country of the Northern Tablelands, near Armidale. A great way to reacquaint yourself with the great outdoors, this scenic walk offers great wildlife spotting and birdwatching. Passing the Falls lookout, keep your eyes... view details
Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area features rare dry rainforest, dramatic gorges and waterfalls, extensive wilderness areas, wild and scenic rivers and an amazing array of wildlife. It's best explored as a scenic drive along the Waterfall Way. Explore the Apsley Macleay Gorges, one of Australia's largest... view details