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Historic Buildings Walking Tour

Walcha Visitor Information Centre, 51w Fiztroy Street, Walcha NSW 2354
Walcha's Walking Tour of Historic Buildings brings an added interest to a pleasant walk around the picturesque township of Walcha. Walcha is the oldest town and settlement in the New England, with the first European discovery being in 1818 by explorer John Oxley. The buildings are a mix of basalt stone churches, locally made sandstock brick, weatherboard and slab constructions. Pick up a brochure from the Walcha Visitor Information Centre.
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Walcha Open Air Gallery

Walcha Visitor Information Centre, 51w Fiztroy Street, Walcha NSW 2354
Walcha Open Air Gallery is an ever growing open air exhibition of sculptures and artworks that makes up part of Walcha's beautiful streetscape. The Open Air Gallery currently consists of over 40 sculptures. The contributing sculptors are highly regarded local, national and international artists. It is astounding how many high calibre artists come from this small rural town, nestled in the southern most end of New England High Country region in northern New South Wales. This exhibition, which is free of charge to experience, is a fabulous sample of art created by local artists and their fellow sculptors from further afield.
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Walcha Gallery of Art

15n Derby Street, Walcha NSW 2354
Walcha boasts a vibrant artistic community that embraces its local and international artists, making the gallery a must see on the itinerary of any artist or art lover across the globe. The locals have embraced their reputation as a very art-friendly town and with one public artwork per 75 citizens, and according to one of Australia's best known art critics, 'there can be no town in Australia that is so art friendly'. This delightful gallery is located in the main street and surrounded by cafes, pubs, and a charming bed and breakfast behind it (separate entrance). It showcases artworks of renowned artists both local, regional, and international, as well as sculptures, prints, and jewellery.
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Antique Junque

Apsley Street, Corner of Derby Street, Walcha NSW 2354
Antique Junque is a large antique and collectables store that sells furniture, linen, china, antique dolls, furs, old suitcases, silverware, books, and much, much more. Situated on the corner of Apsley and Derby Street in a historic two storey house, it is ideally situated for you to spend hours browsing through treasures, in search of that special something.
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Geraldine 4WD Recreation Park

Aberbaldie Road, Walcha NSW 2354
Geraldine 4WD Recreation Park opened in January 2010 and is looking for people or groups who are four wheel drive enthusiasts. A working sheep / wool property ideal for four wheel drive use. The park consists of 2,250 hectares of undulating country to use as your four wheel drive playground. Plenty of tracks to play on or go your own way. Camping facilities available for those wishing to stay. Geraldine 4WD Recreation Park wants you to enjoy safe four wheel driving for all levels of experience. Many 4WD clubs have experienced Geraldine 4WD Recreation Park and have been impressed with the trails and facilities available.
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Langford Homestead

Thunderbolts Way, Walcha NSW 2354
Langford Homestead is a grand Edwardian Mansion on the outskirts of Walcha, one kilometre south of town on Thunderbolts Way. Construction of William Fletcher's "Langford" mansion commenced in May 1903 and was completed in October 1904. It is in immaculate condition with restoration and additions having been made by the current owners. Tours are available by prior arrangement and take around an hour.
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Apsley Falls picnic area

Apsley Falls picnic area, Walcha NSW 2354
Apsley Falls picnic area is perched on the edge of the Great Escarpment, with impressive views of upper Apsley Gorge. It's just off the Oxley Highway, making it an ideal pit stop on a road trip. As you pile out of the car, breathe in that clean mountain air and inhale the scent of the eucalypts. Apsley Gorge is ... Visit website for more info
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Apsley Gorge Rim walking track

Unnamed Road, Walcha NSW 2354
1km (return) - 0.5 hour (each way) - Easy difficulty The Apsley Gorge Rim walking track packs a lot of scenic views into one short walk. With waterfalls and rugged ravines, you'll be spoilt for scenic views of this dramatic falls country in the Northern Tablelands. Perfect for wildlife and birdwatching, look for brush-tailed rock wallabies as you gaze across upper Apsley Gorge. Circling above, you may be lucky ... Visit website for more info
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Riverside

Riverside, Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Walcha NSW 2354
Riverside is located on the banks of the Apsley River within the World Heritage listed Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. Bushwalking, fishing (permit required) and canoeing trips into the surrounding Macleay Gorges Wilderness Area are just some of the activities on offer as well as picnics, swimming and camping. Vehicle access is limited - 4WD vehicles with Low Range capacity only due to the steep terrain. No caravans or trailers permitted and an access permit is required. Visitors need to book in advance and pay the park-use fee of AUD25 for the key to the NPWS Walcha Office (02 - 6777 1400), or through Apsley Motors Service Station in Fitzroy Street, Walcha (Oxley Highway). The key is for the locked gate at Budds Mare and must be either left in box at gate on return or Apsley Motors. There is a AUD300 fine for not returning the key.
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Oxley Wild Rivers National Park

Kunderang Trail, Walcha NSW 2354
Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area features rare dry rainforest, dramatic gorges and waterfalls, extensive wilderness areas, wild and scenic rivers and an amazing array of wildlife. It's best explored as a scenic drive along the Waterfall Way.

Walcha Open Air Gallery

Walcha Visitor Information Centre, Walcha NSW 2354
Walcha Open Air Gallery is an ever growing open air exhibition of sculptures and artworks that makes up part of Walcha's beautiful streetscape. The Open Air Gallery currently consists of over 40 sculptures. The contributing sculptors are highly regarded local, national and international artists. It is astounding how many high calibre artists come from this small rural town, nestled in the southern most end of New England High Country region in northern New South Wales. This exhibition, which is free of charge to experience, is a fabulous sample of art created by local artists and their fellow sculptors from further afield. ...

Riverside

Riverside , Walcha NSW 2354
Riverside is located on the banks of the Apsley River within the World Heritage listed Oxley Wild Rivers National Park. Bushwalking, fishing (permit required) and canoeing trips into the surrounding Macleay Gorges Wilderness Area are just some of the activities on offer as well as picnics, swimming and camping. Vehicle access is limited - 4WD vehicles with Low Range capacity only due to the steep terrain. No caravans or trailers permitted and an access permit is required. Visitors need to book in advance and pay the park-use fee of AUD25 for the key to the NPWS Walcha Office (02 - 6777 1400), or through Apsley Motors Service Station in Fitzroy Street, Walcha (Oxley Highway). The key is for the locked gate at Budds Mare and must be either left in box at gate on return or Apsley Motors. There is a AUD300 fine for not returning the key....