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.
Tour the region's remarkable landscape and nearby towns on these wonderful tourist drives. Highlights include a sculpture walk, aboriginal rock art, picturesque Gostwyck Chapel, and a magnificent range of National Parks.
Take the slow lane via back roads to Armidale, or just take the beautiful 10 km round trip out to Gostwyck and Deeargee to view one of New England's most picturesque sites (a reminder that both are strictly private properties) and enjoy Dangars Falls on the way.
A 245km day tour via Gara Gorge, Hillgrove, Wollomombi Gorge, Ebor Falls, New England National Park, Trout Hatchery and Cathedral Rock National Park.
Highlights include McCrossin's Mill Museum, Bendemeer, Woolbrook, Walcha Road, Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Walcha, Irish Town and Dangar’s Lagoon
A half or full day tour including highlights of the region's Aniwan Aboriginal culture and heritage - visit Mount Yarrowyck Nature Reserve, Rocky River, Thunderbolt's Rock and Saumarez Homestead.
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