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14km (one way) - 0.5 hour - Easy difficulty
Because Cottan-Bimbang overlays Oxley Highway, it's possible to get a sense of it without leaving the beaten path. But interested travellers and keen road-trippers will want to take advantage of an additional driving route that threads 14km through the deeper recesses of the park along an unsealed road. Myrtle Scrub scenic... view details
3.7km (one way) - 1.5 hour - Medium difficulty
Woolpack Rocks shouldn't be overlooked just because the national park wasn't named after them. Easily accessible from Native Dog campground, this feature is a geological wonder in its own right. As you walk towards the Woolpack Rocks, their size and shape capture your gaze. You can tell they're ancient - in fact,... view details
1.25km (one way) - 0.75 hour - Easy difficulty
For a scenic short walk to take in the spectacular gorge country, try Chandler walking track at Wollomombi Falls, near Armidale. The easy track doesn't lead to Chandler River any more, due to erosion, however the brilliant views from Checks lookout are not to be missed. From Wollomombi lookout, gaze across the spectacular... view details
The Rural Museum at Gunnedah is one of Australia's largest collections of early agriculture and transport memorabilia with a display of over 1600 exhibits.
A small entry fee is payable at the door and volunteers are available to direct you through the museum and explain about the exhibits and answer any questions you may have.
The Museum houses Tractors, Steam Engines,... view details
The stones were erected by the Rotary Club of Gunnedah West and the project was funded by BHP Billiton. The sculptures have been created by Carl Merten and Joan Relke to show some aspects of Gunnedah's rich cultural heritage.
There are four stones which depict a Coal Miner, Pioneer Women, Agriculture and the Red Chief - each with their own story to tell. The Rainbow... view details
Sports Power Armidale enjoys the vital advantage of being part of national group, Sportspower. This gives them both global buying power and a strong marketing profile. It enables them to make available to our customers quality products at competitive prices.
Paul and his Team are here to serve you – whatever your sporting and fitness needs are.
If you like a local... view details
1.2km (one way) - 0.75 hour - Medium difficulty
The Mount Kaputar summit walk winds its way up through towering eucalypts to emerge at a lookout with stunning 360° views of the dramatic mountain range. Starting from Dawsons Spring picnic area and following Dawsons Spring Nature trail, the walk to the summit will have your heart racing, but the spectacular view is well... view details
7 Oaks Fossicking Property is a family operated private venue and has been producing sapphires since the 1960s.
Located on Frazer Creek, 20 kilometres from Inverell, visitors are welcome to fossick at the facilities set up, or you can go and seek along the creeks and gullies. The wash tubs and picnic tables are under large shady trees with parking at the site. Bring your... view details
Deriah Aboriginal Information Bay is a great introduction to the unique Deriah Aboriginal Area, near Narrabri in north-west NSW. It highlights the natural, cultural and historic heritage of this fascinating region and its importance to the Gamilaraay People. With wheelchair access and seating, it's ideally-suited for school groups, school excursions and cultural... view details
Billabong Blue Sapphires is situated in the Tourism Inverell Complex in Campbell Street at Inverell.
They offer rough and cut sapphires and quality jewellery for sale, or you can have your find from the fossicking fields, or a rough stone you have purchased faceted on-site by highly qualified staff.
Come and browse the extensive range of jewellery, or the friendly staff can... view details