Glen Innes Area Attractions

Paying tribute to Celtic Country's early European settlers, The Australian Standing Stones are a celtic monument that celebrates the contribution all Celts have made to the building of Australia. 38 g...
Has a number of intriguing rock formations. Balancing Rock, a four metre high rock on private property can be seen from the highway.
Mother of Ducks Lagoon is a large stretch of water 14km in circumference which is held in a silted volcanic crater. The lagoon is a high altitude wetland reserve that attracts bird lovers from all ove...
situated in a railway carriage
Glen Innes is in the heart of the New England gemfield with a huge range of gems to be found (sapphires, alluvial diamond, ruby and much more!). Many visitors to the region are experienced fossickers ...
Guyra is the highest town on the Tablelands (1330m above sea level). It is known for trout fishing, farm stays, bird watching, fossicking, bush walking, national parks, waterfalls and scenic picnic ar...
Offers visitors a variety of mountain scenery and the opportunity to see and experience the natural wonders of this spectacular wilderness. Mainly camping grounds, but alternative accommodation availa...
One of the largest folk museums in New South Wales, and features a display of the early days of Glen Innes and district.