Fossickers Tourist Park is ideally located on the banks of the Peel River in the tranquil surrounds of historic Nundle. Accommodation includes self-contained en suite cabins, powered/unpowered sites with grassed and slab sites with plenty of trees for shade. Facilities include a camp kitchen, barbecue area, fire pit, tennis courts and amenities block.
Fossickers Tourist Park is only a short walk to all the attractions of Nundle.
Nestled in the hills of the historic gold mining township of Nundle, the Hills of Gold Motel is located in the centre of town, (55 kilometres south east of Tamworth), at the start of the Fossicker's Way. In the New England North West Region of New South Wales.
The comfortable motel, with landscaped gardens and picturesque views of the mountains, plenty of room to take a few days to play golf or bowls, bush walk, fish, gold pan or fossick, bird watch, go shopping (antiques, art and craft, woollen products, pottery, old style new kitchen wares), swim, visit the Visitor Information Centre (Gil Bennet Mineral Collection), a cafe for coffee or a snack, or just relax and enjoy the rural surroundings.
The location in the heart of Nundle Township gives easy access (across the road) to the Peel Inn for lunch, dinner, a convivial drink or a coffee with friends.
150 plus year old hotel, the Peel Inn Nundle is nestled in the hills of the great dividing range. The hotel was built in 1860 and was won in a poker game by John Schofield in about 1863. The hotel still remains in the Schofield family to this day. It has a six metre deep veranda which was attached in the early 1900s. It has a tranquil lawn area with a grapevine covered beer garden and offers scrumptious pub style food and accommodation. The exterior remains largely unchanged from the gold rush days, with decorative iron and wunderlich tin still a feature on the balcony.
The Peel Inn has been serving gold diggers, bushrangers, graziers, shearers and travellers since 1860 and is a must see on any trip through the north west region.
Birches Bed and Breakfast is located in the centre of the village of Nundle, at the start of the Fossickers Way south east of Tamworth in the New England North West Region of New South Wales. Nundle is in the western foothills of the Great Dividing Range and off the New England Highway, six kilometres north of Wallabadah.
The luxury style Bed and Breakfast, with its landscaped gardens and picturesque views of the mountains and surrounding rural areas, gives plenty of room for rest and relaxation. There is also a separate guest lounge with a Pianola.
There is reverse cycle air-conditioning and private entrances. Two rooms have an en suite with a spa bath and the other room is wheelchair accessible with an accessible showered en suite. There is also off street parking.
Be as busy or as easy as you want to be. Lovely and peaceful.
The DAG Sheep Station is located on 70 acres in the 'Hills of Gold' just outside Nundle, a picturesque village, less than an hour's drive from Tamworth.
Originally part of 'Wombramurra Station' the DAG still retains the station's original historic woolshed, er's cottages, shearers quarters and mess hall.
The DAG is a unique Australian venue which is a perfect setting for large groups for all occasions such as weddings, conferences, functions and events.
The DAG has a licensed bar with open fires and spit roast catering.
Bookings are essential.
Nundle is a very pretty village in the hills. Jenkins Street Cottage is a self-contained and comfortable cottage with one king bed, one single bed plus a fold out available. The cottage features a fully equipped kitchen, slow combustion fire, outside deck, barbecue, air-conditioning, free wireless internet plus much more. Pet friendly.
Breakfast goodies are provided.
The cottage will be available for holiday bookings from 1 August 2015.