Uralla is a town on the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia. It boasts a rich history with more than 50 buildings and sites of heritage significance that can be easily explored on foot or by vehicle.
Seasons of New England Festival Coming Soon!
Seasons of New England – Next festival date: 30th March 2019
Here is a sample of what you will find nearby:
- Dangars and Racecourse Lagoon, during the wet season large numbers of water birds can be observed
- Mount Mutton Walking Trail
- Horse Riding at Harlow Park
- Learn more at McCrossin’s Mill Museum
- Explore the historic town of Uralla and learn about Captain Thunderbolt, the bush ranger in 1870,
- Visit the many second hand bookshops, the popular “Wool Room” plus antique and craft shops
- Thunderbolt’s statue and Constable Walker Memorial
- A self-guided walking tour showcasing over 50 heritage buildings within the township
- Enjoy the picturesque park at the Glen and Southern Cross Constellation Sculptures
- Gostwyck Chapel
- Dangar Falls
- Enjoy Mount Yarrowyck Nature Reserve
- Thunderbolt’s grave
- Deergee Woolshed
- Dobson’s Distillery at Eastview Estate
- New England Brewing Co.
- Visit the Sunhill Dairy goats
- Seasons of New England is an annual event held in Uralla showcasing some of the New England’s finest local produce, wine, food, art and hand made products.
Uralla Tourist Information
Information about Uralla and surrounding area can be obtained from www.uralla.com or Uralla tourist information center at:
Address: 104 Bridge Street, Uralla NSW 2358.
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30am-4:30pm. & Saturday and Sunday 10am-3pm
The Uralla Visitor Information Centre has some useful tourist information including a number of scenic drive routes (downloadable in PDF format) as well as a list of cafes and restaurants in the area.