Attractions

Historic Building in Bingara

Roxy Theatre (Greek Museum)

The Roxy Theatre was built in 1936 by three partners from Greece, as a magnificent art deco cinema with an adjoining cafe. It has recently been restored to its glory; part of the project has been the development of …
Museum in Glen Innes

Land of the Beardies History House Museum

The Land of the Beardies History House fills an old hospital to bursting with eclectic artefacts of old Glen Innes. It's a truly unique experience, with so much to see: allocate plenty of time to appreciate the dive…
National Park in Glen Innes

Washpool National Park

Dramatic, forested and wild, Gibraltar Range and Washpool National Park lie south and north of the Gwydir Hwy, about 80km east of Glen Innes on the road to Grafton. You can camp at Mulligans Campground, near Little …
National Park in Inverell

Kwiambal National Park

About 90km north of Inverell, remote Kwiambal National Park, pronounced kigh-am-bal, sits at the junction of the Macintyre and Severn Rivers. Largely undiscovered, it's an important conservation area for the tumbled…
Historic Building in Nundle

Woollen Mill

Take a walk down memory lane at one of Australia's last working woollen mills. Knit-a-holics from far and wide come to check out the antiquated mill and stock up on the tools of the trade, from the gift shop.
Museum in Nundle

Gold Mining Museum

This fabulous little museum and cafe was once Nundle's undertaker's residence. Now it shows the history of gold mining in the town. Smart guesthouse rooms (d from $110) are available upstairs.
Picnic Area in Inverell

McIlveen Park Lookout

This lookout on the edge of Inverell has lovely views and is a great spot for a picnic.
Farm in Inverell

Olives of Beaulieu

Visit this olive farm, 10km out of Inverell, for olive-oil tastings.