Inverell is nestled in a picturesque valley beside the Macintyre River of NSW. This New England North West region is renowned for its proud pioneering history.
There is always plenty to see, do and experience, with both visitors and locals being able to enjoy a wide range of unique opportunities.
Inverell is nestled in a picturesque valley beside the Macintyre River of NSW. This New England North West region is renowned for its proud pioneering history, its beautiful restored buildings, and the production of many fine gemstones from which Inverell has earned the epithet of ‘Sapphire City’.Learn More
Delvyn Bridge Club
Free lessons commence on Sunday 28th May 2023
Town & Country Club (next to the Ambulance Station)
For more information,
National Transport Museum
Gates will open 2pm Saturday 9th March for set up only! No selling!
Gates will be locked at 6pm – Security Patrols will take over.
Gates will re-open 6am Sunday 10th March.
Inverell Sapphire City Markets.
The perfect opportunity to grab some beautiful handmade pieces, a little something for yourself and maybe breakfast too.
Held on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month in Campbell Park by the Macintyre River.
Inverell RSM Club
Transport for NSW Workshop
Monday 18th March 2024
Inverell RSM Kurrajong Room
10:00am – 1:00pm
Transport for NSW is holding a road safety workshop to help people aged 65 or over,
Inverell Shire Library
Inverell District Family History Group Seminar “Family and Local History Resources”
Tuesday, 26th March 2024
9:00am – 3:30pm
Inverell Library Meeting Room
Speakers for the seminar include;
Located 2km from Inverell CBD along Lake Inverell Drive, the Lake Inverell Reserve is a wildlife and aquatic sanctuary.
Goonoowigal (pronounced “gunnywiggle”) is located just 5km south of Inverell on Tingha Road.
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