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  1. Harlow Park Horse Riding

    Harlow Park Horse Riding

    Harlow Park Horse Riding is located four kilometres from Uralla on the Gostwyck Road. A variety of rides are offered, from one or two hours, to two or more day camping treks. Camp beside a mountain...

  2. McCrossin's Mill Museum

    McCrossin's Mill Museum

    Built in 1870, McCrossin's Mill is a lovingly restored three storey flour mill which now houses a multi-award winning museum, gallery and function centre. Many locals once believed the "Old Mill" to be haunted. Now it...

  3. Mount Mutton Walking Trail

    Mount Mutton Walking Trail

    Mount Mutton Walking Trail starts at the award winning Alma Park, in Queen Street Uralla. It crosses Thunderbolt's Way and ascends into bushland winding around Mount Mutton. There are glimpses of the town centre...

  4. Deeargee Woolshed

    Deeargee Woolshed

    Originally part of Gostwyck Station, Deeargee Station and its unique octagonal woolshed gained their name from the old Gostwyck wool brand, DRG, which stood for "Dangar, Gostwyck". The woolshed was built in 1872...

  5. Thunderbolt's Grave

    Thunderbolt's Grave

    The last of the New South Wales bushrangers, Frederick Wordsworth Ward, better known as "Captain Thunderbolt", ruled the highways and byways of the New England region and beyond for much of the 1860s. He met an...

  6. Thunderbolts Rock

    Thunderbolts Rock

    Thunderbolt's Rock is a time-worn cluster of granite boulders located six kilometres south of Uralla on the New England Highway.Originally known as Split Rock, the boulders afforded 'gentleman...

  7. Gostwyck Chapel

    Gostwyck Chapel

    Officially known as 'All Saints Anglican Church', Gostwyck Chapel was built in 1921 in memory of Major Clive Collingwood Dangar who lost his life during World War I. The chapel was constructed entirely of bricks made...

  8. Uralla Heritage Walk

    Uralla Heritage Walk

    The Uralla Heritage Walk is a self guided walking tour which showcases over fifty heritage buildings and historical features within the township. Highlights of the walk include McCrossin's Mill, a three storey brick...

  9. Alma Park

    Alma Park

    Established during the 1880s, Alma Park received its name in 1893 when local school children assembled to plant one hundred trees within its grounds. The first tree was planted by Alma O'Connor, daughter of the Mayor,...

  10. Mount Yarrowyck Nature Reserve

    Mount Yarrowyck Nature Reserve

    The Mount Yarrowyck Nature Reserve is located 25 kilometres north west of Uralla along Thunderbolt's Way. The reserve sits within the traditional lands of the Anaiwan people, the main Aboriginal tribe of the New...

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