EVENT CANCELLED FOLLOWING COVID-19 HEALTH ADVICE. In 2020 the Nundle Go For Gold Chinese Easter Festival will be held on Easter Saturday and Sunday. Be part of the second largest annual festival in northern inland NSW attracting 18,000 people over…
Following the success of the #Buyfromthebush and #Buyregional social media campaigns Nundle Business Tourism and Marketing Group Inc has created its own micro campaign #GiveNundle to encourage Nundle residents and visitors to visit our bricks and mortar, and online stores ( Nundle Woollen Mill, Sacs On Jenkins, Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, Stormcrow Studio and Moonglow Australia).
Nundle Woollen Mill owner Nick Bradford came up with the idea and sees it as a “feel good” campaign to help our local business owners. Then there’s the spin off spending on postage, groceries, fuel, music lessons, car registration…and local Christmas presents in your own town or neighbouring regional centres. The benefits continue.
Nundle is a big part of the 2020 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival, from daily tours at Nundle Woollen Mill to open days at Mount Misery Gold Mine Cafe and Museum, Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, and Nundle Court House Museum, rare opportunities to see Wombramurra Homestead garden and museum, and insight into the Innkeepers, Publicans and Sly Grog Sellers, Tall Tales and True from the Nundle Gold Fields 1853-1900.
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.
Sunday, September 2, 2018 commemorates the 70th Anniversary of the loss of ANA Lutana, its 10 passengers and three crew on Mount Crawley. There is a memorial to the Lutana crash, a propeller, mounted in Jenkins Street. There is also information on the crash, that involved many Nundle residents in the rescue party, at the Nundle Court House Museum. The crash led to major changes to Australian aviation air traffic control.