Come and join in some wholesome country-town fun!
We are getting ready for Father’s Day in Nundle on Sunday September 3, 2018. Choose lunch from The Peel Inn, Mount Misery Gold Mine Cafe, Cafe Nundle on the Park, Arc-en-ciel Trout Farm and Smokehouse, or Saturday dinner at Nundle Bowling Club…read more
Nundle Campdraft Committee is affiliated with the Australian Bushman’s Campdraft & Rodeo Association. The goal of the committee is to conduct a successful event raising funds to allocate to the local Nundle Pony Club Grounds maintenance and generate back into the local Nundle community under our annual donations program.read more
2016 TOYOTA HATS OFF TO COUNTRY FESTIVAL – Featuring “Christmas in July”
Ham / Turkey & Christmas pudding with the “Songwriters at the DAG Showcase”
Luke O’Shea – Felicity Urquhart Kevin Bennett – Lyn Bowtell – Aleyce Simmonds – Jeremy Edwardsread more
Experience Christmas in July in the cool mountain climate of Nundle, elevation 600m or Hanging Rock; elevation 1,100 metres.
The Peel Inn presents its Traditional Christmas in July on Saturday July 23rd (bookings only), with the dining room decorated with Christmas table cloth, napkins & bon bons. Traditional Christmas music and open fire.
The Great Nundle Dog Race is held every year on the first Sunday in May on the Nundle Recreation Ground. It is the major fundraiser of the Nundle Public School Parents & Citizens Association (P&C) and attracts families and their dogs from the local region as well as the Hunter, Sydney and North Coast.read more
Turn off the mobile phone, leave the house chores behind, and spend time with Mum at Nundle on Mother’s Day.
Mums love to be with their children (and grandchildren) on Mother’s Day and what better way to celebrate than a with a relaxed lunch and explore around Nundle, now in its autumn glory
In 2018 the Nundle Go For Gold Chinese Easter Festival will be held on Easter Saturday and Sunday, March 31 & April 1. Be part of the second largest annual festival in northern inland NSW attracting 18,000 people over…read more
Australia Day celebrations at Nundle are friendly, welcoming, community-based events where visitors rub shoulders with locals and enjoy the small town country atmosphere. Everyone should experience the poignancy of Australia Day in Country NSW at least once in their lifetime.read more
Enjoy a delicious two-course picnic lunch featuring Nundle and the Tamworth region’s best produce. Listen to live music by George Washingmachine’s Band of Gypsies. Preview new season winter fashion in a parade by Nundle Woollen Mill and Sacs on Jenkins, browse the boutique produce stalls, and stroll the village’s antiques, art, craft and housewares stores. All funds raised support Nundle Amateur Swimming Club.read more
Welcome to Nundle NSW
The peace and quiet, beautiful hills, and boutique businesses in and around Nundle often give visitors reason to lengthen their stay in this unique country NSW town. People turn off the New England Highway, intrigued by the many signs to Nundle between Wallabadah and Nemingha, and discover there is too much to do in a day. Nundle and Hanging Rock have a small population (about 300 people) and traditionally punch above their weight when it comes to quintessential country hospitality, quirky events, and community services. The towns are just 10km, but a dramatic 600m elevation apart, creating extraordinary differences in climate, plantings, and landscape. Why not contact our Visitor Information Centre.
Nundle Offers a Wide Range of Accommodation, Events and Activities
The Nundle and Hanging Rock communities of NSW invite you to come and play in our much-loved villages and bushland, stay at our quality accommodation and explore the area, and gather and celebrate with friends in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Use our community-owned website to access useful telephone numbers and websites. research our attractions, pencil in annual events, and plan your stay (You can also download our brochure). We look forward to welcoming you.