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New England

Located the western side of the Great Dividing Range and New South Wales northern coast, the New England tablelands offer some of the most spectacular scenery in Australia. The area is rich in grazing land and agriculture and a wealth of national parks, waterfalls and rivers.

Tamworth

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Australia’s country music capital. What was once a small company town on the Peel River serving enormous pastoral holdings in… Read More »Tamworth

Armidale

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The University City of the New England Northern Highlands On the banks of the Dumaresq Creek and the junction of… Read More »Armidale

Glen Innes

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A proud Scottish heritage and grand 19th century buildings A town that grew out of the pastoral history of the… Read More »Glen Innes

Ebor Falls

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A cascading waterfall of the Guy Fawkes River A very picturesque, cascade waterfall a short distance from the roadway, Waterfalls Way,… Read More »Ebor Falls

Dangar Falls

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A cascading waterfall of the Bielsdown River Just north of the small township of Dorrigo is the beautiful cascade waterfall,… Read More »Dangar Falls

Inverell

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Australia’s Sapphire City – Inverell To the west of Glen Innes is the small township of Inverell in the beautiful valley of… Read More »Inverell

Tia Falls

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The Tia River as it plunges over the edge of the New England plateau. Another of the rivers that forms… Read More »Tia Falls

Dangars Gorge

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An ancient gorge on the edge of the New England tablelands. South of Armidale and within the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Dangars… Read More »Dangars Gorge