Come and join in some wholesome country-town fun!
We are getting ready for Father’s Day in Nundle on Sunday September 1, 2019. Choose lunch from The Peel Inn, Jenkins Street Guesthouse, Mount Misery Gold Mine Cafe, Nundle Fuel and Cafe, Arc-en-ciel Trout Farm and Smokehouse, or Saturday dinner at Nundle Bowling Club.read more
A gala opening night at which the winners are announced and then two days of a showcase of local and Australia wide artistic works all of which are for sale.
Immerse yourself in artistic works while raising money to support the Nundle CWA preschool and Health facilities.
The German inspired Nundle Lions – Twilight Christmas Market is designed to experience a real feel for a Christmas-style market complete with Christmas lights, Christmas music, Food and Entertainment for children including Santa Claus.read more
EVENT POSTPONED IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS. NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED. Relax with family and friends at the annual Nundle Country Picnic in the beautiful grounds of the Nundle Woollen Mill from midday to 3pm on Sunday, March 22nd, 2020. Preview new season winter fashion in a parade by Nundle Woollen Mill and Sacs on Jenkins, savour a delicious two-course lunch catered by Jenkins Street Guest House, listen to live music by Jeff Gibson, and stroll the village’s antiques, art, craft and housewares stores.read more
Make the most of the warmer weather and spring blossoms, heading for the Hills of Gold at Nundle and Hanging Rock this school holidays.read more
It is our inaugural spring Garden Expo which will feature two garden experts/gurus from ABC, raffles (prizes donated from local businesses) coffee van, music (violin and cello duo), stalls (plants, garden, art, locally made jams, pickles, chutneys, sweets, environmentally friendly products and much more.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.
See the latest information on the proposed windfarm and have your say.