Local Attractions

National Transport Museum

With over 200 members and 120 vehicle exhibits, ranging from Vintage, Veteran, Classic and Motorcycles, the National Transport Museum has become a valuable tourist attraction for the North West and New England area.


New England Wood Turning

Browse through the refurbished Yangoora gallery of hand crafted timber items, woodturning supplies & timber. Rob also makes and plays Didgeridoos. Demonstrations by appointment.


Olives of Beaulieu

Olives of Beaulieu is located near Inverell on Northern Tablelands of NSW Australia. It’s a family owned olive grove and tourist attraction, with cellar door sales of olive products and estate manufactured spices.


Green Valley Farm

“Green Valley Farm” is a family run sheep property with a difference located 10km from Tingha in Northern NSW.  The ideal place for a great day out with family & friends or stay a night or two & have a ‘Farm Stay’ getaway with lots of fun. Fun activities include water slide, playgrounds, roller coaster rides, jumping pillow, mini putt putt golf and so much more.


Shake Rattle N Bowl

Shake Rattle N Bowl has entertainment to offer for all age groups. There are 8 ten pin bowling lanes, a large indoor laser tag arena, a toddlers playground and a huge indoor playground for children up to 11 years of age. We also have a cafe serving delicious wood fired pizza, and hotdogs. And for those who just want to relax while the kids play we serve great coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Confectionery items and drinks are also available.


Wing Hing Long Museum

Open Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 10.00am-3.00pm; closed Christmas Day, open other days by appointment.
The museum contains the history of Tingha’s Chinese heritage and great tin boom.


Sapphire Fossicking

Discover why Inverell has earned the name ‘Sapphire City’. Explore scenic bush settings and fossick for beautiful sapphires, quarts crystals and gemstones.


Inverell Art Gallery

The Inverell Art Gallery is a Community Gallery, operated by the Inverell Art Society. It holds regular exhibitions throughout the year featuring both local & visiting artists. The Inverell Art Prize is held each spring & attracts artists from all around the country. The Gallery also operates a gift shop where original local arts & crafts can be purchased.


Copeton Waters State Park

Copeton Holiday & Recreation Park offers a fantastic opportunity to use and enjoy Lake Copeton, an inland water catchment three times the capacity of Sydney Harbour! Set on 900ha of rural bushland on the western slopes of the New England Ranges this Park offers a unique day trip or holiday experience. With boat ramps, an onsite adventure playground, water playground, jumping pillow, golf course and tennis courts this park is a popular holiday destination for kids of all ages!


Macintyre Falls Lookout

Adjacent to a well-equipped picnic area, Macintyre Falls lookout offers scenic views over the river, with nearby swimming, hiking and fishing opportunities.


Slippery Rock Walking Track

Slippery Rock walking track in Kwiambal National Park, near Inverell, offers spectacular gorge views as well as fishing, birdwatching and vibrant wildflowers in spring. For sensational gorge views and fantastic river fishing, Slippery Rock walking track is a great introduction to the dramatic landscape of Kwiambal National Park.


Inverell Golf Club

Featuring an 18 hole golf course and function centre. The Inverell Golf Club is the perfect venue for all functions, and should definitely be on your radar if you are planning a Wedding, Corporate Function, Seminar or Special Occassion.


Inverell Pioneer Village

Take a stroll through history. Come and see the Pioneer Village for yourself, set your own pace, bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the tranquillity of days gone by. From the moment you walk through the magnificent gateway of the Pioneer Village you immediately sense the history that surrounds you.


Goonoowigall Falls and Walking Track

Goonoowigall is scenic granite country, with low hills and large boulders marking the skyline, and covers 1,057 hectares.
The name Goonoowigall is a Jukumbal Aboriginal word meaning ‘wallaby rocks’ and it features 120 species of native birds, native fauna, remains of Chinese settlements earth covered for a large part, and 10 kilometres of marked walking tracks.


Blair Athol Day Spa

Experience old world charm at Blair Athol Boutique Hotel and Day Spa, a turn of the century country manor set on 54 acres of land with sweeping vistas. It includes five acres of natural and formal gardens with varied heritage listed trees. Wander at your leisure through the formal gardens, taking in the private grove with exotic trees planted in the 1870s, sunken garden, ironstone cemetery and traditional outbuildings.