Glen Innes And Inverell Area activities

  1. Tiger Bay Wetlands

    Located on the outskirts of Warren on the Oxley Highway is the Tiger Bay Wetlands. The wetlands are a natural overflow of the Macquarie River system and home to numerous species of birds and aquatic flora. Some of the many birds that have b…

  2. Tooloom Lookout

    Tooloom lookout offers extensive scenic views of the deep green canopy of World Heritage Tooloom Scrub and west across farmland and forested hills out to Great Dividing Range. It’s only a short stroll from Tooloom picnic area to the ridge t…

  3. History Hill

    Two kilometres on the Sofala/Bathurst Road of Hill End you'll find History Hill Museum, with over 10,000 rare and unusual artefacts from the goldfields of the 1800s as well as 175 metres of underground workings to explore, completing the go…

  4. Thrifty Car Rental - Narrabri

    Thrifty Car Rental is 100 per cent Australian owned and proud to be a first tier vehicle rental company that delivers value, quality and exceptional service in the corporate, business travel, tourism, leisure and local vehicle rental market…

  5. Vue Grande Orchard

    Located only a few kilometres out of town, this orchard has been around forever. They offer free entry and the only thing you have to pay for is what you pick or purchase! Offering a range of beautiful fresh, juicy cherries and are opened a…

  6. Yanununbeyan State Conservation Area

    Yanununbeyan State Conservation Area, near Queanbeyan and Captains Flat, is a great place for horse riding, cycling, walking, picnicking and birdwatching. If you’re after a bit of isolation and a lot of peace and solitude, Yanununbeyan Sta…

  7. Cowra Garrison Gates

    Resolutely standing guard within Cowra’s residential area, on the corner of Binni Creek Road and Amaroo Avenue, you’ll find the Garrison Gates. The brick structures mark the original entrance to the headquarters of the 22nd Garrison Battali…

  8. Dorothea Mackellar Memorial Statue

    Located in Anzac Park, the bronze, life-sized Dorothea Mackellar Memorial Statue acknowledges this famous Australian Poet's connection to the Gunnedah district. Author of 'My Country', Dorothea Mackellar was said to be inspired by her lov…

  9. Old School Winery and Meadery

    Taste the romance of the past at the Massee family's cellar door and winery, located in the historic village of Womboota, just 31 kilometres from Moama, along Perricoota Road. You're welcome to try their distinctive handcrafted wines made …

  10. Thyme to Taste

    Thyme to Taste offer local food from the Yass Valley region and surrounds. It is all about the love of coffee, cheese and local wines. Now serving single origin coffee beans. Come visit this great deli and Café in Yass where the owners sup…

  11. The River Deck

    The River Deck pride themselves on their meticulously created food matched with great service and an incredible location. The River Deck is situated in a beautiful park on the banks of the Murray River. It won Gold for Restaurant and Cat…

  12. 98 Chairs

    Good food prepared with care, served in a comfortable relaxed environment. On the street, inside and in the garden, it has 120 comfortable seats and are able to cater for large groups and small. The chefs create interesting food from thei…

  13. Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort

    Located along side the Murray River, Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort is a golfer's paradise with three courses and a driving range. The clubhouse has stunning views of the golf course and gardens. It includes a modern bar and lounge, qu…

  14. Tarago Truffles

    Tarago Truffles began with an initial planting of 550 inoculated oaks and hazels in 2002. Today it has expanded to a successful commercial truffiere of 4,500 trees. Owned and managed by Denzil and Anne Sturgiss and family, it is part of t…

  15. Saltbush Bill

    Saltbush Bill accompanies the Barellan Museum sign. He is a cartoon character created by Eric Jolliffe depicting a sheep drover with a whip in hand and best mate at foot. Country people over the years have suffered heartbreak in many form…

  16. Romano’s Hotel

    Steeped in history, Romano’s is one of the Riverina’s most iconic hotels featuring a diverse range of spaces including The Laneway, The Hampden, The Cellar, the alfresco area, and function rooms. Romano’s Hotel is sure to deliver a memorab…

  17. Crookwell Services Club

    Enjoy friendly service at the local club. Embers bistro is open Friday to Sunday for lunch and dinner offering fast service and great meals at the right price. The bistro can also cater for events of all kinds - weddings, parties, reunions…

  18. Namoi River And Woolshed Reserve

    On the northern boundary of the town, the Namoi River flows westward on its way to link into the major river systems of the Barwon, Darling, and Murray. Passive recreational areas plus sporting fields have been established along a stretc…

  19. Agricultural Tours Riverina

    Discover the richness and diversity of Australia’s agriculture with a tailored tour in the Riverina, often called the food bowl of the nation. Agricultural Tours Riverina (ATR) offers a range of tours in this fertile region of country NSW. …