Weeping Rock walking track
For a scenic experience, be sure to visit Weeping Rock walking track. This route is approximately half a kilometre long, meandering through the Gondwana rainforest, past Antarctic beeches and finally ending up at the basalt cliff face. Be sure to take your camera as Weeping Rock makes for a great photo opportunity!
Armidale Railway Museum
If you’re one for a bit of history, why not spend an hour or two at the Armidale Railway Museum? Built in 1882, this historic building is a local landmark, which commemorates the crucial role that the station played in the region’s history. Admission is free and donations are welcome.
Oxley walking track
Home to gorgeous waterfalls and native wildlife, Oxley walking track is a must-visit location in the Armidale region. Perfect for a day-long adventure with the whole family, here you can take a stroll along the walking tracks and enjoy a packed lunch in the picnic area located at Apsley Gorge.
Walcha Open Air Gallery
Situated around an hour’s drive from Armidale, Walcha is a great place to visit for a day trip! While you’re in the area, be sure to visit Walcha Open Air Gallery. This location is home to more than 40 different sculptures and artworks, all of which have been crafted by local, national and international artists.
Armidale Farmers’ Market
For a truly local experience, be sure to visit the Armidale Farmers’ Market. Held on the first and third Sunday of every month, here you can pick up a range of deliciously fresh produce, homemade gourmet food and much more.
Located on the edge of the Great Escarpment, Point Lookout offers some of the most breathtaking scenery that this region has to offer. Wheelchair-friendly, this spot is a popular place to visit for the sunrise, and has to be one of the most photographed landscapes of the region.
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