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  1. Ugly Corner Falls Walking Track

    Meandering through the bush and along the creek, this walk is a fantastic way to get back to nature and experience unique plants and animals of Torrington State Conservation Area. You’ll begin your walk on the old fire trail to the Oaky Cr…

  2. Beardy Waters Dam and Woodlands

    Beardies Waters is a beautiful location perfect for families visiting Glen Innes Highlands. There are picnic tables, shelters and barbecue area with toilets, perfect for a recreational day out. Beardies Waters Dam is one of the best bird …

  3. Dandahra Crags Walking Track

    With its crags and swamps, Dandahra Crags walking track is a unique track within Gibraltar Range National Park. Through spring and summer, the wildflowers are on display around Surveyors Swamp, which the track skirts. In winter, get up earl…

  4. Torrington State Conservation Area

    Get off the beaten track and experience the serenity of Torrington State Conservation Area. It has dramatic views and granite formations, secluded camping and peaceful picnic spots. Whether you’re a keen bush walker, birdwatcher, fossicker…

  5. Granite Picnic Area

    Granite picnic area is a lovely lunch spot just a stone’s throw from the stunning views of Granite lookout. Located just 300 metres from the Gwydir Highway off Coachwood Drive, it makes for an enjoyable stop-off if you’re passing by, or an …

  6. Balancing Rock

    The Glen Innes District is renowned for its unique rock formations, one of the most unusual is Balancing Rock, 12 kilometres south of Glen Innes on the New England Highway. The gigantic boulder of granite rests precariously on a 300 millim…

  7. Made in Glen Fabric and Crafts

    Made in Glen is a fabric and craft shop located in the stunning Glen Innes heritage CBD, directly opposite the Town Hall. Stocking a range of sewing and craft supplies, Made in Glen offers a unique yet affordable shopping experience. Prod…

  8. 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 National Park, a place of steep…

  9. Emmaville Mining Museum

    The historic village of Emmaville in the Glen Innes Highlands is home to the Emmaville Mining Museum, the dream of Mr and Mrs Jack Curnow who ran the Emmaville bakery. After closing the bakery in 1969, they used the shop to display their v…

  10. Glen Innes Art Gallery Inc.

    The Glen Innes Art Gallery was established in 2005 and provides artists, both local and regional, the opportunity to exhibit in a modern and dedicated space within the Glen Innes Severn Learning Centre. The gallery volunteer exhibition sub…

  11. Little Dandahra Creek Walking Track

    Little Dandahra Creek walking track is the ideal way to get acquainted with the landscape of Gibraltar Range National Park. This superb walking track leads you past enormous granite outcrops, through montane heathlands and alongside pristin…

  12. 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 entrance to Stonewoman Aborigi…

  13. Peppermints Coffee Lounge

    Peppermints Coffee Lounge offers home style cooking with a friendly face. Open Monday - Saturday enjoy a hot Zentvelds coffee or something cool from the ice cream bar. Peppermint's delicious menu is reasonably priced with a great variety th…

  14. Glen Gowrie Distillery

    Glen Gowrie Distillery is a unique, small scale craft distillery that manufactures a range of vodkas, gins and liqueurs. Their products are handcrafted on site, including analysis and bottling. They use a range of raw ingredients from their…

  15. 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 Heritage listed Rainforest to a viewin…

  16. Mystery Face Walking Track

    The Mystery Face walking track takes you through open woodland and past remarkable granite rock formations. Awaken your imagination and see what shapes and figures you can see along the way. The Mystery Face itself will be revealed towards…

  17. Glen Innes Golf Club

    Glen Innes Golf Club is situated eight kilometres north of Glen Innes. Owned and operated by Glen Innes and District Services Club, the Golf Club holds many ambrose days through the year with a strong membership. 18 holes with a front …

  18. Fossickers Way

    The Fossickers Way is one of the oldest and most picturesque touring routes in New South Wales and provides an alternative route between Sydney and Brisbane for those who enjoy an easy, more leisurely scenic drive on sealed roads. Escape …