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.
The Peel Inn Nundle offers traditional pub rooms accommodation and is located near the country and western town of Tamworth in northern NSW. Offering authentic Aussie pub style accommodation and great value for money, the Peel Inn offers 12 rooms with a mix of shared bathrooms andensuite rooms.
A 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. Their famous grapevine covered beer garden offers scrumptious pub style food. The exterior remains largely unchanged from the gold rush days, with decorative iron work and wunderlich tin still a feature on the balcony.
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.
Visit the historic village store, Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, at Nundle in New England north west NSW for beautiful and practical kitchen and garden essentials with vintage appeal
Inspired by a century of retail heritage, Odgers and McClelland stocks brands that stand the test of time and contemporary goods with traditional roots. Enamel cookware, mixing bowls, classic shaving supplies and gardening tools built to hand on to the next generation.
The store, established by John Odgers and William McClelland, began trading in the early 1890s selling everything necessary for the surrounding farming community and acting as a gold and produce exchange. The doors closed in the late 1970s until Duncan and Megan Trousdale reopened them in 1999, responding to people’s keen interest in the building and its history.
The original packing case shelving, timber floorboards, tin lined walls and weatherboard facade are uniquely preserved and continue to serve customers from throughout Australia.
You're sure to find something you need, either through the new online store or much-loved old store....
60 kilometers from Tamworth's Central Business District, is the quaint and thriving little village of Nundle. This pretty town is surrounded by undulating hills and streets lined with trees.
Many visitors come to Nundle to fossick or pan for gold and sapphires in the Peel River. You can hire panning equipment at the Mt Misery Mine or the Nundle Country Cafe. ...
Chaffey Dam provides valuable public recreation in an attractive setting in the Peel Valley. Water sports such as swimming, sailing, boating and fishing are popular activities on the lake. There are beautiful parks and reserves around the dam where bushwalking and picnicking can be enjoyed. Camp sites are provided at the Chaffey Dam Camping Reserve and Bowling Alley Point Recreation Reserve. Barbecue and toilet facilities are provided.
The dam supports an interesting variety of wildlife. Fish found there include yellowbelly, trout and catfish, while waterbirds such as pelicans, plovers, cormorants, ibis and wild duck grace the surface and banks of the dam.
Nundle Woollen Mill is one of the last spinning mills still operating in Australia. The Nundle Mill team use traditional spinning machinery, several pieces nearly 100 years old, to transform raw wool into famous Nundle knitting yarn in eight ply, 12 ply and 20 ply.
Nundle Woollen Mill is a must-see attraction for travellers visiting Nundle. The mill enjoys almost 25,000 visitors each year who see the antique machinery in work. Also available is an exciting selection of hand knits and Australian designer wool fashion. The famous Nundle socks are hard to pass up!
Guided group tours for community or educational groups can be arranged by appointment....
Each year, Nundle holds an Annual Outdoor Quilt Airing where over 100 handmade quilts are hung in the paddock surrounding the Cottage on the Hill Store. Previously this airing was held in October of each year, but due to wet weather in 2011 and 2012, those airings were cancelled.
Wander through the quilts hanging in the paddock, sit for a while and enjoy scones, jam and cream whilst taking in the amazing countryside of Nundle.
Entry is by gold coin donation with proceeds going to the Cancer Council's Biggest Morning Tea....
The Gold Mine Guesthouse is one of the oldest buildings in Nundle and is rich in history. It was built circa 1870 during the gold rush and was in ruins just 15 years ago. It has since been lovingly restored to its original condition and extended to include first class accommodation, a cafe and museum. The gold mine is owned and operated by friendly locals and offers visitors an experience to remember for years to come.
The Gold Mine Guesthouse specialises in couples, groups and families and provides a central location to stay, eat, and relax in Nundle. As an added bonus, other local attractions are just a few minutes walk away, including Nundle Woollen Mill, Peel Inn Hotel, The Odgers and McCelland Exchange Stores, Sax on Jenkin and much more.
Nundle Fishing Club is an accommodation for fishermen, water skiers and bushwalkers and is located overlooking Chaffey Dam, Nundle which has excellent scenery.
The Nundle Fishing Club has an undercover entertainment area, a boat ramp, a campfire site and a barbecue area.
The Nundle Fishing Cub can be hired, with seating for 120, suitable for weddings, parties and other functions.
Venture into the stylish and unique fashion store, Sacs on Jenkins, after a memorable day of tours and activities in historic Nundle, located in the New England Region in the north west of NSW.
Sacs on Jenkins offers visitors an array of beautiful things, both lovely and affordable. Choose from the wide range of gorgeous soft leather handbags, matching accessories and shoes. Browse the store for the perfect jewellery piece from the vintage inspired and modern designs
or shop for the latest range of stylish but comfortable clothing, scarves and knitwear.
They also stock a variety of locally designed and handmade accessories, just to ensure support within the local community.
Sacs on Jenkins is dedicated to exclusive client services. Take advantage of their complimentary gift wrapping service or their popular door-to-door shopping service available to Tamworth residents and clients.