Strict Standards: Only variables should be passed by reference in /home/nenw2010/public_html/atdw-web-service.php on line 10
Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /home/nenw2010/public_html/atdw-web-service.php:10) in /home/nenw2010/public_html/atdw-web-service.php on line 52
Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/nenw2010/public_html/atdw-web-service.php:10) in /home/nenw2010/public_html/atdw-web-service.php on line 52 NSW Holidays - Accommodation Attractions & Events | New England North West
The First and Second Fleet Memorial is the only garden memorial to the First and Second Fleets. Carved by stone mason, Ray Collins, the names of all those who came out to Australia on the eleven ships in 1788 are found on tablets along the garden pathway. The stories of those who arrived on the ships, their life, and first encounters with the Australian country are presented... view details
Situated on the banks of the Mehi River and representing great significance to Moree's history is Mary Brand Park named after Moree's first store-keeper and hotelier, Mary Brand. Featuring a traditional four-room slab hut 'Meei Cottage', Mary Brand Park offers a spectacular opportunity to relax under the shady canopies of century-old fig trees whilst... view details
At Botanica Home you will find an elegant and inspiring range of soft furnishings, linen, fragrant soaps and candles. With a carefully chosen range of timeless furniture, fabrics, and silk floral bouquets, they are certain to have something you will treasure.
Relax in the tea room with a cup of their full-flavoured coffee or try one of the organically grown, delicate teas.... view details
Set on picturesque lawns overlooking Narrabri Creek, Crossing Theatre is designed to cater for residents and visitors alike.
This 1000 seat auditorium regularly stages large scale conferences, promotions, and concerts, while latest release movies are screened daily in the twin cinemas. In the past, the Crossing Theatre has played host to huge headline acts including Jimmy... view details
Cumbo Gunnerah was the legendary warrior and wise leader of the Gunn-e-darr people of the Kamilaroi Tribe. This gallery is of special significance for the Aboriginal people of the district and houses stone artefacts, carved trees, weapons, shields and utensils.
Visitors should allocate 40 minutes to enjoy this gallery.
The gallery welcomes coaches. Facilities include... view details
The Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA), at the Narrabri Observatory, is an array of six 22 metre dish antennas used for radio astronomy. It is located about 25 kilometres west of the town of Narrabri(on sealed road) in rural New South Wales (about 500 kilometres north-west of Sydney), and operated by the Australia Telescope National Facility, a division of CSIRO. Visits... view details
Lake Inverell was formed in 1938, when the dam wall across the Macintyre River just upstream of Inverell was completed.
Lake Inverell Reserve is now a peaceful aquatic sanctuary close to town. The area is home to a large variety of birds, platypus, kangaroos, wallabies and waterbirds, and is a popular area for barbecues, walking, bird watching and fishing. Dogs are permitted... view details
Nestled in tranquil natural bushland setting, Cranky Rock Nature Reserve features a fascinating jumble of granite boulders balanced at the edges of Reedy Creek.
Cranky Rock offers a picturesque location for a picnic, camping, hiking and enjoying the scenery and wildlife. An observation platform has been installed a short hike from the picnic area and is the perfect location... 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
The Gunnedah Performing Arts And Cultural Centre is a 134 seat cinema complex opened in April 2001. It boasts state of the art equipment and facilities and it is ideal as a conference venue and theatre production venue.
Please call to listen to a recorded message that will advise you what is on for the weekend.