Quirindi - Surrounding Towns
There are so many things to do, see & explore, in and around Quirindi & the surrounding towns. Come an observe what true rural lifestyle is like, experience friendly country charm and spoil yourself in the unique specialty shops and quaint cafes that these beautiful little towns have to offer.
A quaint and thriving little village and only 45 mins drive East of Quirindi.
Many visitors come to Nundle to fossick or pan for gold and sapphires in the Peel River.
Panning equipment can be hired at the Mt Misery Mine or the Nundle Country Cafe.
A must-see attraction is the Nundle Woolen Mill. One of the last spinning mills still operating in Australia, using Unique machines dating back to 1914. Browse through Australias finest yarns, clothing and accessories.
The Nundle Art Gallery and nearby Volcania Art Glass has a range of handmade art glass, leadlights and stained glass for sale.
Odgers & McClelland is a beautifully preserved 19th Century genral store, bursting with beautiful and practical homewares with a vintage flavour.
People have been know to travel far and wide just to experience what this little town has to offer.
Only 14 kilometres South of Quirindi. A leisurely 16 min drive.
Graze Restaurant & Bistro at the Willow Tree Inn is know for its exceptional food & service. All the beef and lamb used in the restaurant comes directly from Colly Creek Pastoral Company at Willow Tree, approximately 2kms from the restaurant.
Georgie Brown's Cottage - a great place to stop and enjoy coffee & cake. Theres is also a quirky little gift shop to peruse.
A 15 min drive South East of Quirrindi you will find the First Fleet Memorial Gardens.
Located close to the river, with a children's play area and picnic grounds. The gardens are impeccably maintained and a treasure trove of information about the First and Second Fleet.
The surrounding area has a barbecue, tables, and amenities.
20 mins drive, 19 km north of Quirindi
Werris Creek is a very proud and historic railway town with a huge and elegant railway station, an important railway museum and a monument to the workers who lost their lives on the railways. The Museum has exhibitions - electric staff instruments, memorabilia, miniature trains and much more. The railway station is the third largest in NSW and the museum is open seven days a week 10.00am to 4.00pm
So if you would like to experience what the Liverpool plains has to offer, book your stay at Henrys Guest House Quirindi and let your little adventure begin.
Nundle Wool Mill
First Fleet Park - Wallabadah
Werris Creek Railway