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Attractions

Toppers Mountain Wines

Specialising in alternate varities, the high altitude, cool climate and specific soil conditions produce grapes of premium quality. The vineyard is open by appointment.

13420 Guyra Rd, Tingha

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Lake Inverell Recreation Area

Lake Inverell is a 6.6 hectare nature reserve located on the eastern outskirts of Inverell. The lake and its surrounds are one of Inverell’s most popular recreational spaces. The area is rich with birdlife and other wildlife. Paddle sports enthusiasts will love the tranquil setting of the lake to relax and unwind. There are some excellent walks and amazing facilities thanks to an $886,000 upgrade by Inverell Shire Council with support from NSW Government.

Lake Inverell Drive, Inverell

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Lake Inverell Off Road Recreation Circuit

With a distance of 1.6km of looped track, this off road cycleway is ideal for any level of cycling enthusiast. Three different loops provide different challenges on a bitumen surface. The circuit was designed to comply with Cycling NSW racing requirements and also links up to Inverell cycle way network.

Lake Inverell Drive, Inverell

Wellness & Beauty Attractions

Blair Athol Day Spa

Set in the historic grounds of Blair Athol Estate, the purpose built day spa is inspired by the Roman and European therapeutic baths of old. The day spa offers an elegant, tranquil experience in a unique setting. Indulge your senses and relax while enjoying a delicious choice of platters and maybe even a glass of wine. Rejuvenate in sumptuous surroundings with a peaceful rural view.

37 Blair Athol Rd, Inverell NSW 2360, Australia

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Green Valley Farm

Family owned and operated, Green Valley Farm is a piece of Gods Earth put to wholesome pleasure. Offering a unique playground, jumping pillow, putt putt golf, an incredible museum, animal walk, beautiful gardens, a café and peaceful camping, you won’t want to leave. Open every day of the year it truly is a bush oasis.

161 Jones Rd, Tingha NSW 2369, Australia

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Meandering Macintyre Footpath Mosaic

The “Meandering Macintyre” Footpath Mosaic can be found outside the Inverell Art Gallery in Evans Street. The mosaic is 94 metres long and represents the flow of the Macintyre River. It was designed and created by members of the Inverell Art Society, together with community members and Inverell Shire Council. The colourful flora and fauna makes this unique attraction appealing to all ages.

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Victa Mower Museum

See some incredible vintage Victas lovingly restored to their former glory. Malcolm is extremely passionate about his collection and will be happy to take you around.

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Kings Plains National Park

Offering excellent bushwalking, swimming and camping for the adventurous traveler.

Kings Plains Rd Inverell

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Kwiambal National Park

Kwiambal is a beautiful national park located about 30 km from the town of Ashford. The Severn River and Macintyre River both flow through and finally converge in the park below the Macintyre falls. The park is studded with granite outcrops and also features the Ashford Caves. Spectacular camping areas and incredible walks

Limestone Rd Ashford

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New England Woodturning & Sculptures

See a master wood turner at work. Rob crafts authentic Australian didgeridoos and some unique Oddgeridoos. View the workshop and gallery, along with the incredible sculpture garden.

29 Ponds Road, Gilgai

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Wing Hing Long Museum

The Wing Hing Long and Company Store in Tinga is a long way from Chinatown.This little store has been turned into a museum to raise awareness of the contribution the Chinese made to rural communities in NSW.During the peak of the mining boom between 1880 and 1920 a large community of Chinese miners established themselves in the district. This community sought Chinese goods, services and general supplies.In 1881, the site where Wing Hing Long is situated was purchased by Inverell storekeeper Ah Lin to establish a general store servicing the tin mining communities of the Tingha district. His was a typical general store where you could buy anything and everything.

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10 Ruby St Tingha

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National Transport Museum

With over 200 members and 120 vehicle exhibits, ranging from Vintage, Veteran, Classic and Motorcycles, the National Transport Museum has become a valuable tourist attraction for the North West and New England area. Some of the vehicles on display include a 1906 Dayton (believed to be the only one left worldwide), 1912 Renault, various Holdens and Fords including GT Falcons, 1926 Diana, 1929 Packard, and wide range of Chev’s just to name a few.

69 Rifle Range Rd Inverell

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Scottish Memorial Cairn

The Scottish Memorial Cairn is located in Sinclair Park, it pays tribute to the district’s pioneers, later generations and families whose endeavours have contributed to its success since the 1830s.

Sinclair Park Inverell

History & Heritage Attractions

Bicentennial Memorial

This tall concrete structure features three courtyards of hand carved mosaics, each depicting parts of the district’s history.

Sinclair Park Inverell

Accommodation Sport & Adventure Nature Adventures Attractions

Copeton Dam

At 3 times the size of Sydney harbour, this magnificent dam is home to the best Murray Cod Fishing in NSW. It is a fisherman’s paradise. Choose from the Northern Foreshores or Reflections Holiday Park for an incredible camping experience under a perfect night sky

Nature Adventures

Kings Plains National Park

Offering excellent bushwalking, swimming and camping for the adventurous traveler.

Kings Plains Rd Inverell

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Scenic Drives

Tourist Drive 3

Inverell > Bingara > Narrabri > Total 191 km

Scenic Drives

Sapphire Route

Inverell > Graman > Wallangra > Ashford > Inverell > Total 144 km

Scenic Drives

Crystal Route

Inverell > Gilgai > Tingha > Gilgai > Inverell > Total 54 km

History & Heritage Attractions

Inverell Heritage Walk

The Inverell Heritage Walk features some of the incredible architecture and historical sites around the CBD and beyond. Call into the Inverell Visitor Information Centre to collect the booklet which contains the map and historical information about each location.

Inverell CBD

Arts & Culture

AK Bellinger Gallery

Contemporary art gallery. Visit AK Bellinger Gallery for exciting exhibitions and to view artwork for sale.

27 Otho Street, Inverell, NSW, 2360

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Arts & Culture Nature Adventures Attractions

Goonoowigall Soundtrail

This interactive experience was a partnership between Inverell Shire Council and the indigenous families who lived at the Goonoowigall “Fringe Camp”. The Soundtrail serves to celebrate indigenous culture, educate through the telling of their stories and preserve the oral history of these families for years to come.

Goonoowigall Rd Inverell (3km South on the Bundarra Rd)

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Kurrajong Memorial

located on the Gwydir Highway, 1km east of Inverell’s CBD. The Memorial is dedicated to the two groups of young men who enlisted during World War l and departed from Inverell in early 1916. Although some 600 young men had already volunteered from the district by the end of 1915, the Kurrajong’s contingent was the largest group of recruits to ever leave a country town.

Gwydir Highway Inverell

Nature Adventures

Kwiambal National Park

Kwiambal is a beautiful national park located about 30 km from the town of Ashford. The Severn River and Macintyre River both flow through and finally converge in the park below the Macintyre falls. The park is studded with granite outcrops and also features the Ashford Caves. Spectacular camping areas and incredible walks

Limestone Rd Ashford

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Scenic Drives

Diamond Route

Inverell > Copeton Dam > Bingara > Delungra > Inverell > Total 155 km

Sport & Adventure Attractions

Inverell Paintball

Inverell Paintball has 10 bushball fields ready for your entertainment and can cater for multiple groups and even small parties over a large area. Prepare to challenge your mates in some of the most exciting bush battlefields in the state. All packages have the essential gear you need to play. Further information is available from their Facebook page and website.

Ponds Rd, Gilgai (near the Inverell Airport)

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History & Heritage

Wing Hing Long Museum

The Wing Hing Long and Company Store in Tinga is a long way from Chinatown.This little store has been turned into a museum to raise awareness of the contribution the Chinese made to rural communities in NSW.During the peak of the mining boom between 1880 and 1920 a large community of Chinese miners established themselves in the district. This community sought Chinese goods, services and general supplies.In 1881, the site where Wing Hing Long is situated was purchased by Inverell storekeeper Ah Lin to establish a general store servicing the tin mining communities of the Tingha district. His was a typical general store where you could buy anything and everything.

Come and see for yourself!

10 Ruby St Tingha

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History & Heritage

Kurrajong Memorial

located on the Gwydir Highway, 1km east of Inverell’s CBD. The Memorial is dedicated to the two groups of young men who enlisted during World War l and departed from Inverell in early 1916. Although some 600 young men had already volunteered from the district by the end of 1915, the Kurrajong’s contingent was the largest group of recruits to ever leave a country town.

Gwydir Highway Inverell

History & Heritage

Scottish Memorial Cairn

The Scottish Memorial Cairn is located in Sinclair Park, it pays tribute to the district’s pioneers, later generations and families whose endeavours have contributed to its success since the 1830s.

Sinclair Park Inverell

History & Heritage

National Transport Museum

With over 200 members and 120 vehicle exhibits, ranging from Vintage, Veteran, Classic and Motorcycles, the National Transport Museum has become a valuable tourist attraction for the North West and New England area. Some of the vehicles on display include a 1906 Dayton (believed to be the only one left worldwide), 1912 Renault, various Holdens and Fords including GT Falcons, 1926 Diana, 1929 Packard, and wide range of Chev’s just to name a few.

69 Rifle Range Rd Inverell

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History & Heritage Attractions

Inverell Pioneer Village

Step back in time and immerse yourself into the pioneering past of the district. The village is home to incredible photographic displays and a wide range of memorabilia. Some of the oldest buildings in the region call the Pioneer Village Home.

Tingha Rd Inverell

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Arts & Culture

New England Woodturning & Sculptures

See a master wood turner at work. Rob crafts authentic Australian didgeridoos and some unique Oddgeridoos. View the workshop and gallery, along with the incredible sculpture garden.

29 Ponds Road, Gilgai

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Arts & Culture

Art Life Studio

A creative hub for all things art with a sensational community vibe!
Hosts a dedicated Gallery with a buzz of daily activity! Original Art by local and emerging Artists. Professional Art Supplies. Original sculptures and works in various media.

56 Otho Street

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Arts & Culture Attractions

Inverell Art Gallery

The Inverell Art Gallery is a community gallery, operated by the Inverell Art Society. It is open 6 days a week and holds varying styles of exhibitions throughout the year, featuring both local and visiting artists. The Inverell Art Society Competitive Exhibition is held each October and attracts exceptional artists from all around the country.

5 Evans Street, Inverell

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Fossicking

Wallangra Fossicking Area

Wallangra located north of Inverell has an area near the hall where you can hunt for Black Tourmaline in Quartz, once again this is a dry fossicking area.

Wallangra Hall, Wallangra (65km north of Inverell)

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Stannifer Creek Fossicking Area

Travelling south to Tingha you will drive into a sandy granite area. The area offers the opportunity to fossick for many different types of Quartz Crystals, including Clear, Smokey, Rutilated Quartz and Yellow Citrine. Visit the creek crossing at Stannifer to find these gems.

8km on the Old Mill Road, Tingha

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Staggy Creek Fossicking Area

The districts rich volcanic soils can offer other gems and minerals. One such gem, is the amazing Diamond found near Copeton Dam, the Staggy Creek Fossicking Area provides a site where you can look for the Diamonds together with Black Tourmaline and Quartz. This is a rough dry area 28km from Inverell, you can take your water or dry sieve.

Copeton Dam Road (24km from the turn off Copeton Dam from Inverell)

Fossicking

Sapphire Fossicking Area

Free designated sapphire fossicking site open to the public. Dont be afraid to get dirty, dress appropriately, take a hat and sunscreen and be prepared for a little work.

Pindaroi Lane, Bukkulla (43km north of Inverell)

Fossicking

Nullamanna Fossicking Area

Free designated sapphire fossicking site open to the public. The alluvial sapphires are the easiest to find and its best to start in and around a creek bed.

Frazers Creek (Nullamanna is 20km north of Inverell)

Fossicking

Billabong Blue Sapphire Fossicking Park & Bush Camping

Try your luck at fossicking on Frazers Creek or with the sapphire wash provided together with equipment and guidance. Bush camping is also available onsite. Bus tours and larger groups can be catered for. Fees apply.

2479 Kings Plains Road, Inverell

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