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Lake Inverell

Located 2km from Inverell CBD along Lake Inverell Drive, the Lake Inverell Reserve is a wildlife and aquatic sanctuary. This peaceful area is home to a wide variety of native birds, waterbirds, kangaroos, wallabies and platypus — keep an eye out for them as you stroll along the two walking tracks. The Lake Inverell Walk... View Article

Goonoowigal State Conservation Area

Goonoowigal (pronounced “gunnywiggle”) is located just 5km south of Inverell on Tingha Road. One of many beautiful NSW National Parks, this hilly country features large granite boulders, gum trees, ironbarks and rare plants. The reserve also protects several species of rare local wildlife. The name is a Jukumbal Aboriginal word meaning “wallaby rocks”. You might... View Article

Kwiambal National Park

Kwiambal National Park, located to the west of Ashford, is a rich source of fauna and flora, native dry rainforest vegetation, and Aboriginal cultural heritage. Ideal for camping or caravanning, this park is particularly popular with grey nomads in search of a private, peaceful holiday. Visit around dusk or dawn and you might see the... View Article

Pindari Dam

Located near the NSW-Queensland border, Pindari Dam provides year-round opportunities for water sports and recreation. Nature lovers, swimmers, hikers, and thrill-seekers alike are sure to find something to enjoy. A free camping site can be found just south of the dam wall. There are unpowered sites for caravans and camping, plus a modern amenities block... View Article

Tourist Drive 3

Say goodbye to the rat race and take a drive along the picturesque roads of our region. Whilst the journey to any of our previously mentioned destinations will offer spectacular views of gorges, bushland, waterfalls, streams and wildlife, you may prefer to take a route mapped out by knowledgeable locals. One such route is Tourist... View Article

Copeton Dam

Copeton Dam is a popular sport and recreation spot, located 35km south-west of Inverell on the NSW Northern Tablelands. It is one of the largest inland dams in NSW, making it a favourite spot for watersports, fishing, bushwalking, camping and picnicking. The area (sometimes called Copeton Waters) is the ideal place to stretch your legs... View Article