25km from Uralla, the reserve protects rock art made by the Aniwan people 150-500 years ago as well as the moutain itself and its natural environment. A 3km return walk around a beautiful nature reserve passes the rock art and traverses the gorgeous landscape.
Haven for birds and a hide for enthusiasts. Collect a list of local birds from the Visitor Information Centre and head out to either lagoon for peaceful bird watching while adding to your 'twitchers' list!
Beginning and ending in Alma Park, this walk takes 30-45 minutes and features glimpses of the Uralla town centre along its winding way. A diversion to the lookout offers even more amazing views.
Call into the VIC to collect a copy of the map and enjoy this walk along the creek through town, which is a wildlife sanctuary for platypus, native water rats, water dragons and much more.
You can pick up a map from the Visitor Information Centre and start your search for Carmena Urallensis, as well as reading Sophie Masson's wonderful story - The Flying Rider Races!
Uralla celebrates Australia's first soundtrail - yours to enjoy anywhere or anytime by downloading the app. There are now 15 Soundtrails to enjoy and add another dimension to your travel. Listen to marvellous older characters and their stories as you explore Uralla.
You can pick up a copy of this map from the Visitor Information Centre -, which is temporarily relocated to the far end of the Uralla Library (follow the signs - entrance via the verandah) and just behind it's usual site, which is being prepared to be redeveloped.
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