Glen Innes & Inverell Area Attractions

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  1. Ceramic Break Sculpture Park

    Ceramic Break is a sculpture park located on a pastoral property in northern New South Wales, 15 kilometres from the town of Warialda on the Bingara Road or 25 kilometres from the town of Bingara on the Warialda Road...

  2. Cranky Rock Nature Reserve

    Nestled in tranquil natural bushland setting, Cranky Rock Nature Reserve features a fascinating jumble of granite boulders balanced at the edges of Reedy Creek.Cranky Rock offers a picturesque...

  3. Tenterfield Railway Museum

    Tenterfield Station opened in 1886 and was the last station built on the Sydney to Brisbane railway line. For 103 years, Tenterfield Station made history - playing host to the full range of trains from yesteryear to...

  4. Inverell Golf Club

    The course at the Inverell Golf Club is an interesting fully watered course with excellent greens and tree lined fairways. The front nine is undulating with moderate bunkering, the back nine is longer and more open...

  5. Homestead Gorge trail

    Homestead Gorge trail takes you on a moderately challenging hike along Homestead creek between the rich-red rocky cliffs that shelter ancient Aboriginal rock engravings. If it has been raining, a large mirror-still...

  6. Washpool National Park

    Washpool National Park, north-west of Grafton or east of Glen Innes, offers wilderness walks and camping in stunning World Heritage surrounds.Take time out to explore the unparalleled landscapes of Washpool...

  7. Macintyre Falls lookout

    Adjacent to a well-equipped picnic area, Macintyre Falls lookout offers scenic views over the river, with nearby swimming, hiking and fishing opportunities.Just a short drive from Lemon Tree Flat campground...

  8. Lyrebird Falls Walking Track

    For a delightful in Gibraltar Range National Park that all the family will enjoy, follow Lyrebird Falls walking track through open forest to the edge of the steep-sided valley cut by Boundary Creek. The forest,...

  9. Washpool Walking Track

    Immerse yourself in the timeless wonder of the warm temperate forests of Washpool National Park, near Glen Innes. This moderately challenging loop offers the rare opportunity to experience the ancient stands of World...

  10. Dungeon Lookout

    Where Severn River enters a steep gorge, you’ll find The Dungeon, with this lookout offering superb views down into the swell, particularly after rain.After rain, the Severn River churns with extra volume,...

  11. Junction Walk

    Junction walk leaves from Lemon Tree Flat campground, making it a convenient opportunity to strike out into the white cypress pines for a relaxing day walk. Bring your camera, swimmers and a packed lunch – there are...

  12. Coombadjha Nature Stroll

    Whether you’re picnicking, camping or just passing by, the Coombadjha nature stroll is a Washpool National Park must-do.From Coachwood Picnic Area, the 400 metre bitumen track takes you through World...

  13. Morgans Gully picnic area

    As you explore the intriguing landscape of beautiful Boonoo Boonoo, be sure to spend some time at Morgans Gully; a fascinating area full of granite rock that marks the site of an old goldfield. At the eastern end of...

  14. Wing Hing Long Museum

    Wing Hing Long and Company's store in Tingha is a long way from China Town. This little store has been turned into a museum to raise awareness of the contribution of the Chinese to the rural communities of New South...

  15. Dandahra Picnic Area

    Situated right on the doorstep of iconic Gibraltar Range and Washpool World Heritage Area, Dandahra picnic area is a perfect pit stop on a driving tour of NSW North Coast. Located halfway between Glen Innes and...

  16. Platypus Picnic Area

    Not far from the popular Dandahra picnic area, Platypus Picnic Area is a quieter alternative for travellers on the Gwydir Highway who want to get a sense of Gibraltar Range National Park without driving too far off...

  17. Slippery Rock Walking Track

    For sensational gorge views and fantastic river fishing, Slippery Rock walking track is a great introduction to the dramatic landscape of Kwiambal National Park. About an hour’s drive from Inverell, it offers great...

  18. Myall Creek Massacre Memorial Walk

    The Myall Creek Massacre Memorial Walk was set-up as a tribute to the group of 28 unarmed Aboriginal people killed by a gang of stockmen on 10 June 1838. The seven men involved were sentenced to hang. It was the first...

  19. Koreelah National Park

    Perfect for a weekend escape, Koreelah National Park offers World Heritage rainforest, camping, swimming, walking and great birdwatching; all just a few hours from the Gold Coast.Escape the city lights and...

  20. Tenterfield Saddler

    The Tenterfield Saddler was made famous by Peter Allen's tribute to his past, and grandfather George Woolnough in the 'Tenterfield Saddler'.However it is much more than just a song. For 50 years ...

  21. Stonewoman Aboriginal Area

    Stonewoman Aboriginal Area holds special cultural significance for local Aboriginal people, who have traditionally used it as a woman’s teaching and ceremonial site.After a short 750 metre walk from the main...

  22. Billabong Blue Sapphires

    Billabong Blue Sapphires is situated in the Tourism Inverell Complex in Campbell Street at Inverell.They offer rough and cut sapphires and quality jewellery for sale, or you can have your find from the...

  23. Australian Standing Stones

    The Australian Standing Stones in Glen Innes pays tribute to the Celtic heritage of the early European settlers to the district. The site serves as a cultural gathering place for people from the Celtic communities;...

  24. Inverell Jewellers

    Visitors to Inverell Jewellers have the opportunity to see a range of quality faceted New England Sapphires.In store you will find a range of set local sapphires in both sterling silver and gold....

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