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Whyworry Wines

376 Kingstown Road, Uralla NSW 2358
The Whyworry Wines cellar door, which is open weekends and by appointment, is the perfect place to enjoy award winning cool climate wines and breathtaking high country views. Taste a variety of wines including Pinot Noir, Merlot, Shiraz,
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McCrossin's Mill Museum

24-28 Salisbury St, Uralla NSW 2358
Built in 1870, McCrossin's Mill is a lovingly restored three storey flour mill which now houses a multi-award winning museum, gallery and function centre. Many locals once believed the "Old Mill" to be haunted. Now it is hauntingly beautiful.
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Wooldridge Recreation and Fossicking Reserve

End of Devoncourt Road, Uralla NSW 2358
Wooldridge Recreation and Fossicking Reserve is located approximately six kilometres from Uralla township along the Kingstown Road. It offers ample parking for caravans and campervans, free camping, toilet facilities, picnic tables, wood fired barbecues (subject to fire restrictions) and fresh drinking water. Feel free to take a dip on a hot summer's day, or just relax and be serenaded by the variety of bird life that calls the reserve home. Be sure to keep an eye out for the occasional kangaroo or wallaby passing through. Gold pans are available for hire at the Uralla Visitor Information Centre at a nominal charge and a map to the area can be provided. Try your hand at panning for gold or for semi-precious gems. Pets are allowed into the reserve, but owners are requested to keep them on a leash at all times. Please use the rubbish bins provided. Note: Shooting is prohibited.
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Uralla Heritage Walk

Uralla Visitor Information Centre, Uralla NSW 2358
The Uralla Heritage Walk is a self guided walking tour which showcases over fifty heritage buildings and historical features within the township. Highlights of the walk include McCrossin's Mill, a three storey brick and granite flour mill built in 1870, which now houses a multi-award winning museum, and the "Heart Stone", a heart-shaped basalt rock imbedded in a retaining wall as a memorial to the stonemason's beloved. The Heritage Walk takes one to two hours, depending on the level of interest. A printed Heritage Walk guide is available from the Visitor Information Centre, which includes a map of the walk and a short history of each building.
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Thunderbolt's Grave

Uralla Pioneer Cemetery, Uralla NSW 2358
The last of the New South Wales bushrangers, Frederick Wordsworth Ward, better known as "Captain Thunderbolt", ruled the highways and byways of the New England region and beyond for much of the 1860s. He met an untimely death when shot and killed by Constable Alexander Walker on 25th May, 1870 at Kentucky Creek, near Uralla. His remains were laid to rest in a quiet ceremony at the Uralla Pioneer Cemetery in John Street. The headstone was erected fifty years later by residents of Uralla after funds were collected by public appeal. There is now controversy over who is actually buried in the grave ... or whether anyone is buried there at all!
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Alma Park

Queen Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Established during the 1880s, Alma Park received its name in 1893 when local school children assembled to plant one hundred trees within its grounds. The first tree was planted by Alma O'Connor, daughter of the Mayor, Alderman O'Connor, and the park now bears her name in remembrance of the occasion. In springtime, brightly coloured flower beds complement the many grand old trees planted by Alma and her friends all those years ago. A meandering pathway leads visitors past a locally forged iron lace rotunda and down to the picturesque Uralla Creek where an ageing footbridge beckons walkers to continue on to the slightly more challenging walk around nearby Mount Mutton. Alma Park is a peaceful and relaxing place to stop for a break with plenty of room for caravan and campervan parking. Facilities in the park include toilets, a children's playground and two free electric barbecues.
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Thunderbolt's Statue and Constable Walker Memorial

Bridge Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Casting his steely gaze over Uralla's main street, the life sized statue of bushranger Captain Thunderbolt, was produced as a Bicentennial project. It was designed and cast by sculptor, Denis Adams and unveiled in 1988. Today the statue is popular with tourists and photographers alike. A few metres east of the Thunderbolt Statue, is the often over-looked memorial to Constable Alexander Binning Walker, the Officer who brought an end to the bushranger's career. The memorial was produced in 1970, at the time of the centenary of the death of Captain Thunderbolt. To show their gratitude to Walker for ridding them of the menace of bushranging, local residents raised money for him, while the Sons of Temperance Movement awarded him a gold watch. Walker was later sent to Victoria to join the hunt for the Kelly Gang. Towards the end of his career he was promoted to Acting Inspector-General of Police.
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Mount Mutton Walking Trail

Bundarra Road, Uralla NSW 2358
Mount Mutton Walking Trail starts at the award winning Alma Park, in Queen Street Uralla. It crosses Thunderbolt's Way and ascends into bushland winding around Mount Mutton. There are glimpses of the town centre through the trees as you reach the higher ground and there is a diversion from the track to the top of Mount Mutton, for those wanting to view the town from the highest point. The track is well marked on Mount Mutton and is quite wide. It leads back to Fitzroy Road north, and follows Thunderbolt's Way past the bowling club, crossing back to finish at Alma Park. The walk will take 30-45 minutes, depending on the walker's level of fitness. Wearing suitable shoes is advisable as the descent is steep and windy.
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New England Brewing Company

19 Bridge Street, Uralla NSW 2358
From their home in an historic converted woolstore, the New England Brewing Company began producing their range of handcrafted, all malt, preservative free and unfiltered beers in 2013. The brewery's 10 hectolitre electric brew house is a workhorse. Brought up from Beechworth, Victoria, the brew house feeds the four open top fermenters and six conditioning tanks used to brew the Golden, Pale, Brown and Dark Farmhouse Ales that have become local favourites. All beers are on tap at the brewery, as well as available in growlers and squealers. The core range of beers and some seasonal releases are also available in long necks. The brewery offers tours and tastings, please call or email to make a booking. The Old Woolstore is a pretty unique place. Combined with a brewery and a fantastic bar, they can create special events, if you think you can use the space then let them know.
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Dangars Lagoon and Racecourse Lagoon

Thunderbolt's Way, Uralla NSW 2358
Dangars Lagoon is situated approximately four kilometres south of Uralla along Thunderbolt's Way. During wet seasons, large numbers of water birds can be observed from the bird hide, located at the southern end of the lagoon. Although water levels at the lagoon vary dramatically from season to season, there are many varieties of birds that call the lagoon home. Racecourse Lagoon is located three kilometres south-west of Uralla and is accessible from Plane Avenue. The 'Anaiwan' people lived at Racecourse Lagoon as it provided a source of food and a place for religious ceremonies. It has now become a breeding, nesting, and feeding site for birds, and it provides a refuge for other animals in times of drought. The site is protected as Endangered Ecological Communities under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act. Racecourse Lagoon is a beautiful place for picnicking, walking, bird watching, nature study, and for photography.
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Gostwyck Chapel

Gostwyck Road, Uralla NSW 2358
Officially known as 'All Saints Anglican Church', Gostwyck Chapel was built in 1921 in memory of Major Clive Collingwood Dangar who lost his life during World War I. The chapel was constructed entirely of bricks made and fired on Gostwyck Station. The stone wall surrounding the chapel was built to protect it from flood waters from the nearby Salisbury Waters. The magnificent tree lined avenue of 200 Elms was planted by a worker who was brought out from England specifically for the task. The site is a favourite for photographers, especially during the autumn months when the leaves of the Elm trees turn gold, providing the perfect backdrop for the Virginia Creeper covering the chapel, which changes to a brilliant red. Visitors are welcome to picnic in the grounds of the chapel, but are requested to respect the privacy of Gostwyck Station, its owners and employees.
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Harlow Park Horse Riding

Gostwyck Road, Uralla NSW 2358
Harlow Park Horse Riding is located four kilometres from Uralla on the Gostwyck Road. A variety of rides are offered, from one or two hours, to two or more day camping treks. Camp beside a mountain stream and observe nature up close in some of the most picturesque countryside in Australia. Harlow Park also offers family riding farm stays, pack horse treks, riding camps for children, and riding holidays for all ages and skill levels. Riding instructors are qualified with more than 30 years teaching experience. Prices vary depending on length of ride. Contact operator for more information.
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Deeargee Woolshed

Gostwyck Road, Uralla NSW 2358
Originally part of Gostwyck Station, Deeargee Station and its unique octagonal woolshed gained their name from the old Gostwyck wool brand, DRG, which stood for "Dangar, Gostwyck". The woolshed was built in 1872 replacing an earlier shearing shed that had been destroyed by fire. Designed and erected by Alexander Mitchell, who also built McCrossin's Mill in Uralla, the woolshed is erected on brick pillars with successive roofs of galvanised iron. The side walls contain large amounts of glass. The woolshed has all facilities required for shearing, pressing, bailing, sorting and other operations. It even has a lightning conductor. The Deeargee Woolshed is still in use today and, although not open to visitors, it is easily viewed from the roadside. Today the Gostwyck and Deeargee properties are known for producing some of Australia's finest wool. Both are 11 kilometres from Uralla on the Gostwyck Road.


Uralla, Uralla NSW 2358
The historic country township of Uralla is located in the New England High Country, midway between Sydney and Brisbane. The discovery of gold in nearby Rocky River in 1852 brought settlers to the area and the town was established in 1855. Admire the town's heritage buildings that date back to the 1860s when bushranger Captain Thunderbolt ruled the local highways. Browse the antique stores, art galleries and bookshops. Visit the old-fashioned lolly shop, local brewery and the award-winning McCrossin's Mill Museum. Visitors can also try their luck panning for gold at the nearby fossicking reserve, or take a scenic drive to one of the amazing attractions, such as, Thunderbolt's Rock, Gostwyck Chapel or Dangar's Falls. ...

The Sweet Place

50 Bridge Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Visit the Sweet Place today for a sweet experience. From English sweets, teddy bears, traditional lollies, tea, honey, handmade soap, gift baskets, to a variety of local products, there is something special for everyone. If travelling through the New England Region, drop into Uralla. There are many beautiful shops and eateries. A town rich in natural beauty and history. If coming to Uralla on a day trip from Armidale or Tamworth, or even locals, why not visit to see the latest offerings. There is an ever changing selection with many hard to get products. At The Sweet Place you will have a unique shopping experience, with traditional service and quality products. You will be taken down memory lane, and can create memories for your children....

Uralla Unique Markets

Pioneer ParkNew England Hwy, Uralla NSW 2358