Glen Innes And Inverell Area attractions

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  1. 150° East Meridian Rest Area

    This particular meridian is the basis of the Eastern Australian Standard Time, used in Queensland, New South Wales (except Broken Hill), Victoria and Tasmania. The 150 Degrees East Meridian crosses the Oxley Highway 34 kilometres south-we…

  2. 7 Oaks Sapphire Fossicking

    7 Oaks Fossicking Property is a family operated private venue and has been producing sapphires since the 1960s. Located on Frazer Creek, 20 kilometres from Inverell, visitors are welcome to fossick at the facilities set up, or you can go …

  3. Abercrombie Caves

    The entrance to the Abercrombie Caves is through the majestic Archway. Solid masses of marble decorate the walls of the caves highlighted by the soft natural light entering from each end. More than a century ago goldminers built a platf…

  4. Abercrombie House

    Abercrombie House, a heritage treasure of the region and private home of the Morgan family, is open on many days during the year for guided tours and self-guided tours. The heritage experience includes the 50 room Scottish-baronial mansion…

  5. Abercrombie River National Park

    Three waterways and open forests give visitors to Abercrombie River National Park opportunities for hiking, 4WD touring, camping, birdwatching and swimming. Swimming, canoeing, and trout fishing are just some of the fun activities availab…

  6. Adams Lookout

    Adams lookout, great for birdwatching and picnicking, is the only platform in Bungonia that offers a view of the magnificent limestone feature of Bungonia Slot Canyon. Adams lookout may seem to be a pretty ordinary name, so it may not prep…

  7. Aerial Trunk Route Memorial

    Narrandera's Aerial Trunk Route formed part of a telecommunications route that linked cities and towns through Eastern Australia. Constructed in the early 1950s, it was considered by experts at the time to be one of the world's best. Decomm…

  8. AirZone

    AirZone is 1500 square metres of indoor fun. Jam-packed with inflatable jumping castles, obstacle courses and challenges for the whole family. Children five years and under even have a dedicated zone, complete with a large ball pit. Air Z…

  9. Aladdins Cave Bottlehouse

    Aladdin's Cave Bottlehouse is a yurt-style building of about 3000 bottles just a seven minute drive from Dubbo on the Golden Highway. Items of interest in the bottles include messages, photos, toys, treasures and much more. There are man…

  10. Alan Walsh Gallery

    A boutique Art Gallery in the heart of Bowral. Elegant females lingering in front of vibrant blocks of colour feature on large art deco style screen prints, taking you on an enigmatic journey of sun kissed beaches on the French Rivera. …

  11. Albury - Murray River Precinct

    Flowing between the twin cities of Albury Wodonga is the mighty Murray River – a unique natural playground that’s enjoyed all year round. Lining the banks of the River, Albury boast a series of parklands and reserves that allows visitors an…

  12. Albury Botanic Gardens

    Albury's beautiful Botanic Gardens have been established for over 130 years and give residents and tourists alike the opportunity to see and admire the historical and horticultural significance of the gardens. Over the years, the gardens…

  13. Albury Library Museum

    Albury's award winning Library Museum brings together state of the art technology, a focus on the city's heritage, engaging interactive exhibitions and the reading and research elements of a library. 'Crossing Place: A Story of Albury' …

  14. Albury Swim Centre

    The Albury Swim Centre features a 50 metre outdoor heated pool, 25 metre heated pool and toddler pool with shade sails. The outdoor pools and massive waterslide create the perfect place to escape the summer heat. With plenty of shade and gr…

  15. Allwood

    Take a guided tour of Allwood, a heritage listed slab cottage built in the late 1800s by district pioneers David and Agnes Rule. Enjoy the ambience and experience a little of what life was like in the early days of settlement in the Wallaro…

  16. Allymac Massage Therapy

    Each massage is based upon the needs of the client on the day. Some people may ask for relaxation massage, but what they really need is remedial massage. Others may ask for remedial massage but need lymphatic drainage. No matter what you …

  17. 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, Alderman O'Connor, and…

  18. Alpaca farm experience: Crookwell

    Ideal for animal lovers, children, families, packaged tours or those curious about agriculture or Alpaca farming. Learn about these exceptional animals. Why are they farmed? Where do they come from? How do they socialise? Hand feed and…

  19. Alpaca Products Australia

    Alpaca Products Australia is a working Alpaca farm, where you can get close, observe and learn about these extraordinary animals. They subscribe to low-stress herd management resulting in healthy, calm and trusting animals. Where are th…