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Bushranger Motor Inn

37 Bridge St New England Hwy, Uralla NSW 2358
All units are tastefully decorated with timber furniture in a 'country cottage' style. The property also includes the beautiful heritage listed Stokers Restaurant and Bar, circa 1864, with its log fires.
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Country Road Caravan Park

170 Bridge St New England Hwy, Uralla NSW 2358

Altona Motel - Uralla

New England Highway, Uralla NSW 2358
The Altona Motel is located on the New England Highway, at the southern end of Uralla. Rooms are clean and comfortable and are priced for those on a budget. The motel is set back from the highway and is partially protected from traffic noise by a large hedge. There is a 24 hour service station and restaurant close by. For those who just want simple accommodation without the expense of extra overheads, this is the motel for you.

Thunderbolt Inn - Uralla

31 Bridge Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Starting life in 1909 as the Imperial Hotel, the Thunderbolt Inn is an historic Victorian style hotel situated in the centre of Uralla, at the corner of the New England Highway and Thunderbolt's Way. The hotel received its current name in 1970, on the anniversary of the death of the gentleman bushranger, Captain Thunderbolt, who ruled the highways and byways of the New England district during the 1860s. Great counter meals daily, dining room is open seven days for lunch and dinner. In winter, the roaring fires create a warm homely atmosphere. Clean comfortable accommodation is available, including rooms with en suites.

Top Pub - Uralla

23-27 Bridge Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Officially named the Coachwood and Cedar Hotel, the 'Top Pub' is located in the main street of Uralla. Constructed around 1881, the building was originally called the Great Northern Hotel and was of single ground floor construction, the second floor was added in 1904 and the name changed to the Commercial Hotel. The Top Pub offers a beautiful undercover beer garden, which has a fully fenced children's play area, complete with a cubbyhouse and toys. The pub has a bottle shop, a TAB, a large screen television with Sky and Fox, and pool tables. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner from Monday to Sunday. Accommodation is available in comfortable en suite rooms.
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Wayward Jerseys Farmstay

183 Goodes Road, Arding NSW 2358
The Home for Wayward Jerseys! Looking for a Farmstay that is an interactive farm experience, not just a stay on a farm? Wayward Jerseys offers a unique and sometimes quirky farm experience that is animal focused and includes hosted farm activities (yes that means no extra for farm tours and the like). One of Wayward Jerseys philosophies is that 'happy animals mean a happy farm', so staying at Wayward Jerseys can be likened to staying at petting zoo. Relax and enjoy your stay in the comfortable and well equipped 'Cottage', located in parklike surrounds. Located between the picturesque towns of Armidale and Uralla, Wayward Jerseys offers an exent base for exploring the New England region.
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Aurelias Farm Bed and Breakfast

130 Gostwyck Road, Uralla NSW 2358
Aurelia's Farm Bed and Breakfast is all about fresh local produce, home cooking and cosy accommodation, all year round. Just two minutes drive from the centre of Uralla, but with a wonderful rural outlook and plenty of space to roam they are ideally situated to cater for short or longer term breaks. Almost all of their fruit, vegetables and meat comes from local farms and backyard gardens. They have two types of accommodation on offer on the five acre block. The Cottage is fully self contained with two bedrooms, a full bathroom, kitchen and lounge, and can cater for up to six people. The Gostwyck Room is a great option for a single or a couple and is luxuriously appointed with a linen bedhead and crystal lamps, a private entrance via a deck, ensuite bathroom, a bar fridge, toaster and kettle.

Dingle Bed and Breakfast

20 Maitland Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Dingle Bed and Breakfast is an original Victorian home is within easy walking distance of Uralla's main street and its great cafes and restaurants. The house has two double rooms for guests and is dividable into a guest section and permanent resident section if required. The guest section will accommodate up to four persons plus children. In the summer months the family size spa bath is available for visitors.

Sandon Bed and Breakfast

67 Wattle Drive, Arding NSW 2358
Sandon Bed and Breakfast is located in a peaceful rural setting midway between the towns of Uralla and Armidale. The accommodation is a large double bedroom with its own en suite. Breakfast is served in a lovely room overlooking the garden. The owners are Dutch immigrants who have created a lovely Dutch environment for their visitors to enjoy.
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Grace Cottages

1279 Quartz Gully Road, Uralla NSW 2358
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Top Pub

27 Bridge St, Uralla NSW 2358
Officially named the Coachwood and Cedar Hotel, the 'Top Pub' is located in the main street of Uralla. Constructed around 1881, the building was originally called the Great Northern Hotel and was of single ground floor construction, the second floor was added in 1904 and the name changed to the Commercial Hotel. The Top Pub offers a beautiful undercover beer garden, which has a fully fenced children's play area, complete with a cubbyhouse and toys. The pub has a bottle shop, a TAB, a large screen television with Sky and Fox, and pool tables. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner from seven days a week. Accommodation is available in comfortable en suite rooms.

Thunderbolt's Grave

Uralla Pioneer Cemetery, Uralla NSW 2358
The last of the New South Wales bushrangers, Frederick Wordsworth Ward, better known as "Captain Thunderbolt", ruled the highways and byways of the New England region and beyond for much of the 1860s. He met an untimely death when shot and killed by Constable Alexander Walker on 25 May, 1870 at Kentucky Creek, near Uralla. His remains were laid to rest in a quiet ceremony at the Uralla Pioneer Cemetery in John Street. The headstone was erected fifty years later by residents of Uralla after funds were collected by public appeal. There is now controversy over who is actually buried in the grave ... or whether anyone is buried there at all!...

Uralla Lantern Parade

Queen Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Join schoolchildren, parents and community members from around Uralla Shire in the annual Uralla Lantern Parade, held each March to coincide with Earth Hour. The sight of a lantern parade coming down the street is a memorable one. Enjoy the parade from the footpath, and after it has passed, follow it down to Alma Park for the grand finale. ...

New England Foodie Trail

Arding, Arding NSW 2358
We are a beer, wine, cheese and local produce tour showcasing the best New England has to offer. Tailor-made and set trails available. Trails include lunch, all tastings, transport and guide. What better way to experience the local area, than eating and drinking the day away. See what everyone is talking about!...

Wooldridge Recreation and Fossicking Reserve

End of Devoncourt Road, Uralla NSW 2358
The Wooldridge Recreation and Fossicking Reserve is located approximately six kilometres from Uralla township along the Kingstown Road. It offers ample parking for caravans and campervans, free camping, toilet facilities, picnic tables, wood fired barbecues (subject to fire restrictions) and fresh drinking water. Relax under the ghost gums on a hot summerís day and be serenaded by the variety of bird life that calls the reserve home. Be sure to keep an eye out for the occasional kangaroo or wallaby passing through. Gold pans are available for hire at the Uralla Visitor Information Centre for a nominal charge and a map to the area can be provided. Try your hand at panning for gold or semi-precious gems. Pets are allowed into the reserve, but owners are requested to keep them on a leash at all times. Please use the rubbish bins provided to dispose of litter. Shooting is prohibited. To get to Wooldridge Recreation and Fossicking Reserve, drive along the Kingstown Road for approximately 4.5 kilometres, then turn right into Devoncourt Road and follow to the end. A cattle grid marks the entrance to the reserve. Note: Shooting is prohibited....

Sunhill Dairy Goats and Sunhill Skin Essentials

645 The Gap Road, Uralla NSW 2358
Visit a 12 acre dairy goat farm, located just ten minutes from Uralla township. Meet the goats, taste goat cheeses made on site, or take a tour of the farm and milking operations.† Call into†the farm shop for light refreshments and†sample natural handmade goats milk skin care products. Farm tours and milking demonstrations are available....

Harlow Park Horse Riding

Gostwyck Road , Uralla NSW 2358
Harlow Park Horse Riding is located four kilometres from Uralla on the Gostwyck Road. A variety of rides are offered, from one or two hours, to two or more day camping treks. Camp beside a mountain stream and observe nature up close in some of the most picturesque countryside in Australia. Harlow Park also offers family riding farm stays, pack horse treks, riding camps for children, and riding holidays for all ages and skill levels. Riding instructors are qualified with more than 30 years teaching experience. Prices vary depending on length of ride. Contact operator for more information....

McCrossin's Mill Museum

31 Salisbury Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Built in 1870, McCrossin's Mill is a lovingly restored three storey flour mill which now houses a multi-award winning museum, gallery and function centre. Many locals once believed the "Old Mill" to be haunted. Now it is hauntingly beautiful. Occupying the ground floor, a series of nine paintings by artist Phillip Pomeroy depict the fatal events of 25th May 1870, when Constable Alexander Walker brought an end to the reign of gentleman bushranger, Captain Thunderbolt. Upstairs, the museum is renowned for its empathic, humorous and even bizarre exhibitions. Its collection of Chinese artefacts from the Rocky River goldfields is recognised as being of national significance. Other exhibitions include "The Life and Legend of Thunderbolt"; "A Red Rose... Corporal Cecil Stoker's Story"; and "Trickett's Triumph", Australia's first World Champion sportsman....

Alma Park

Queen Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Established during the 1880s, Alma Park received its name in 1893 when local school children assembled to plant one hundred trees within its grounds. The first tree was planted by Alma O'Connor, daughter of the Mayor, Alderman O'Connor, and the park now bears her name in remembrance of the occasion. In springtime, brightly coloured flower beds complement the many grand old trees planted by Alma and her friends all those years ago. A meandering pathway leads visitors past a locally forged iron lace rotunda and down to the picturesque Uralla Creek where an ageing footbridge beckons walkers to continue on to the slightly more challenging walk around nearby Mount Mutton. Alma Park is a peaceful and relaxing place to stop for a break with plenty of room for caravan and campervan parking. Facilities in the park include toilets, a children's playground and two free electric barbecues. ...

Seasons of New England Producers Expo

King Street, Uralla NSW 2358
Seasons of New England is a Producers and Makers Expo featuring an impressive line up of stallholders showcasing some of the New England's finest local produce, wine, food, art and handmade products. With the New England area increasingly becoming known as a gourmet's paradise, Seasons is fully licensed and brings together the regions wineries, distilleries and breweries as well as some very clever growers and foodies. With an already established reputation for the Arts, particularly in the event's home town Uralla, the event is filled with talented makers and creators of beautiful products to discover for the home, garden and the family. Musicians from across the region come together to create a great atmosphere. So much more than a market, Seasons is a great way to discover and celebrate the little towns and the people that make them amazing. ...