New England North West Attractions

Bald Rock National Park is located on 8883 hectares and is Australia's largest exposed granite rock. This magnificent dome is 750 metres long, 500 metres wide and rises 200 metres above the surroundin...
This is a World Heritage park with dramatic gorges & waterfalls, extensive wilderness, wild & scenic rivers, dry rainforest and rare plants and animals. Wollomombi is the highest waterfall in NSW and ...
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...
Known as the Spa Capital of Australia, Moree's main attraction is that of the Hot Artisan Pool Complex, mineral rich water that leaves you feeling relaxed and rejuvinated. Providing you with a unique ...
Known for its rich history from the early days of European settlement, Armidale has many fine heritage buildings, elegant cathedrals and grand pastoral homesteads. Armidales free Heritage Tour runs da...
If you ever wanted to experience what it was really like to live off the land, then the New England North West region is the place to do it. A number of Jackaroo/Jillaroo schools and courses can be fo...
Exhibits over 1,200 works from the Howard Hinton collection and also includes works by early Australian artists covering the period 1880-1940. Gallery Cafe open Wed-Sun 10am-3pm.
This unspoiled wilderness rises from the Bellingen Valley to a plateau over 1,400 metres above sea level giving breath taking views and providing a haven for bushwalkers, sightseers and campers. Phone...
Open to visitors during the harvesting season. (April to July).
The stages in development of trout can be observed and visitors are provided with food for the fish.
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...
Experience a unique award winning high altitude cafe, cellar door (Blickling Estate) and boutique shop situated amongst vineyards, lavender and eucalyptus plantations. Certified organic eucalyptus and...
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...
The Nundle Trout Farm is 4000 ft. above sea level on top of the Great Dividing Range with views of the Peel Valley to the west, the Barnard Valley to the east and the Hunter Valley to the south. The f...
A popular spot for picnics. The striking assembly of rocks derives its name from the legend of a "cranky Chinaman" who is said to have leaped to his death from the top.
The waterfalls consist of two drops, the first plunges 115 metres and the second 196 metres. A steel stairway leads to an observation deck 55 metres from the top of the gorge.
One of the largest folk museums in New South Wales, and features a display of the early days of Glen Innes and district.