Adventure and sport in Guyra
Guyra is a pleasant town surrounded by a diverse blend of attractions, making it a good base for visitors. Enjoy farmstays, trout fishing, horse-riding, bird watching and bushwalking in the area's national parks.
Guyra is a peaceful, elevated Armidale village on the New England Tablelands where snow is not unusual in winter. In the 19th century, dairy farming was a major economic activity, but these days other produce, such as potatoes, are now staple crops. The Lamb and Potato Festival is held each year in January to celebrate the local produce.
Things to do around Guyra include bird watching at Mother of Ducks Lagoon, a wetlands reserve that attracts nature- and bird-lovers from all over the world. Go bushwalking and enjoy the serenity of Wollomombi Falls, Guy Fawkes River National Park, Ebor Falls and Cathedral Rock National Park.