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Located seven kilometres from Gunnedah on the Mullaley Road, Waterways Wildlife Park has many different varieties of wildlife.
Get up close and personal with the cute and cuddly koalas at Waterways Wildlife Park.
Mingle with other Australian native animals, including kangaroos, wombats, emus, possums, lizards and wide variety of birds.
Open seven days, the park offers... 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
The Cottage is a Patchwork and Quilters haven - be inspired once you step foot in the door. There is a large display of quilts which hang from the walls and ceiling of the shop all year round. Once inspired book in to join Kerry for a two day patchwork retreat, during which time you will aim to complete a quilt top.
March each year Kerry hosts her Girls Day in the Country... 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 health giving waters that flow into the Pilliga Artesian Bore Baths have been doing so for well over a century. This facility is found just east of the village of Pilliga along the Pilliga Road (approximately 56 kilometres from Wee Waa/sealed road). There is no charge to enter (Primitive Camping Area/RV Friendly).
Facilities include a toilet block, barbecue, shelters, a... view details
Moree's first cellar door, Woolaway Wines was founded in 2001 in the Hunter Valley by two school mates who were looking for a new business venture. They leased a rundown vineyard on the Milbrodale Road at Broke. The property was sold in 2004 and they were asked to vacate the premises.
In 2005 the decision was made to set up in Moree, due to its high volume of tourist... view details
Corner Ferguson Street and West Avenue, Glen InnesNSW2370
Occupying the original Glen Innes Hospital, the Land Of The Beardies History House Museum and Research Centre showcases the history of Glen Innes and District with exhibits in over 25 rooms and outdoor areas. Extensive archives allow family researchers to obtain details (appointment preferred). For research forms see the Beardies History House website.
Features include: ... view details
A Regional Beer
New England Brewing Co was conceived in early 2012 and brews beer for the New England North West region of NSW.
They self-distribute their beers to the region's best pubs, clubs and bottle shops (in a slow old truck). If their beers aren't at your local, complain!
They have developed a bit of a name for themselves for developing ways... view details
The Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre is nature's magic at work! The complex has recently undergone a AUD7 million redevelopment.
The benefits of natural artesian mineral waters were discovered thousands of years ago and have been used for their curative powers since ancient times. Many European cities are steeped in spa culture and their residents use thermal spas for... view details
The Bindea Walking Track is a 22 kilometre walk which can be subdivided into a series of shorter loops, taking in the commercial and residential sections of town, the Porcupine Reserve, Porcupine Lookout and Avards Lookout. Kangaroos, wallaroos and koalas are often seen at the reserve late in the afternoon
Bindea Walking Track offers a range of different walks of various... view details