Tingha Attractions

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Houses the famous Smith's Museum and features a rare collection of gems,minerals and memorabilia.
Portrays an authentic picture of Australian life in the early days. Buildings include the original Paddy's Pub, a village store, Post Office, School, Telephone Exchange, Church, Woolshed and Grove ...
Regarded as one of the most valuable in northern NSW with more than 120 species of native birds, picturesque waterfalls and well marked walking tracks. The name is Aborginal for "plenty rock wallab...
Gives the visitor the opportunity to see the Sapphire Industry from ground to gem.
A popular recreational area with facilities for watersports including sailing, waterskiing, swimming and fishing. Free Golf and Tennis area. Free BBQ area, playgrounds, bird watching, bush walking ...
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 ...
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...