To undertake interior refurbishments, the Uralla Visitor Information Centre has temporarily relocated our premises to the Uralla Library at 106 Bridge Street.We are still here to offer information for visitors and we look forward to welcoming you from our new location at the Uralla Library, accessible from the parking area behind the Visitor Information Centre.
For more information on the refurbishment, please click here.
Try the innovative and award winning food and drink offerings in the Uralla Shire and New England High Country
Fossicking for gold and gems in a beautiful recreation area will keep all members of the family happy for days - and you can hire panning equipment from the Uralla Visitor Information Centre. All the family will love it!
You'll love meeting the goats, tasting local cheese and trying beautiful cosmetics made on farm.
Call into the Visitor Information Centre for maps of the wonderful local national parks - yours for exploring and walking, as well as the famous Waterfall Way.
You can pick up a booklet from the Visitor Information Centre or may prefer to download a soundtrail to your phone which will provide a wonderful snap shot of each property marked on the walk (look for the green and white numbered plaques outside each building.
Find out more about Uralla's most infamous local, Fred Ward, one of NSW last bushrangers, with direct connection to many local families.
Find local church services in small beautiful small churches in hamlets around Uralla Shire.
This is rare indeed - the orchard was established by the Yeomans family in 1865. They're still there, caring for the land and trees and each subsequent generation - growing and selling beautiful fresh local fruit.
Uralla Visitor Information Centre
104 Bridge St
Uralla NSW 2358
T: 02 6778 6420
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Monday to Friday 9:30am to 4:30pm | Saturday and Sunday 10:00am to 3:00pm | Public Holidays 10:00am to 3:00pm | Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day