Queen’s Birthday June Long Weekend

Location: Nundle, NSW

Are you looking for a destination in New England North West NSW for the Queen’s Birthday June Long Weekend from Saturday June 6 until Monday June 8? Nundle is a peaceful, relaxing destination for the June Long Weekend. It is cool enough to take in the great outdoors and enjoy nature with a stroll along the Two Mile Walk, around Sheba Dams or the Peel River Walk

Scroll through our Sleep Over and Accommodation categories on the website to research the accommodation available in Nundle from camping, cabins, pubstay, and B&B to self-contained cottage. Plan a meal at The Peel Inn, Cafe Nundle on the Park or Mount Misery Gold Mine Cafe.

Nundle is the kind of place where you can park the car and walk around the village. Weekends are a great opportunity to take in the home baked and home grown goods at Nundle Craft Inc, rummage for second hand goods at the Old Church Boutique, browse for antiques at Ratter’s Flat Antiques, Nundle Country Trader or Jenkins Street Antiques and Fine China.

Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores will have its fire blazing to warm you as you rekindle childhood memories shopping for traditional house wares like millet brooms, Falcon enamelware and timber dolly pegs. Sacs on Jenkins will have its winter fashion on display to update your wardrobe, stylish accessories including handbags, hats and scarves, and of course a wide range of jewellery for a little bit of bling.

Nundle Woollen Mill is a popular destination for knitters and crocheters with one of the most impressive ranges available of pure wool yarn, spun on vintage machinery on site. Nundle Woollen Mill socks, shirts, jumpers and fashions offer plenty of ways to rug up and stay warm as it cools down outside. Mill tours, 11am daily of the June Long Weekend.

Head out to Cottage on the Hill patchwork barn to select fabric and accessories for your next quilting project and look for inspiration among Kerry Swain’s patterns and craft book titles.

In the hills above Nundle at Hanging Rock, visit Arc-en-ciel Trout Farm where you can tour the rainbow trout ponds, buy whole rainbow trout and value-added products like award winning smoked trout pate, gravlax and whole smoket trout and smoked trout fillets.

We hope to see you in Nundle and Hanging Rock this June Long Weekend.

Plan lunch at The Peel Inn, Cafe Nundle on the Park or Mount Misery Gold Mine Cafe.

Shop for winter fashion at Sacs on Jenkins and Nundle Woollen Mill.

Browse for antiques and second hand treasures at Jenkins Street Antiques and Fine China, Ratter’s Flat Antiques, Nundle Country Traders and the Old Church Boutique.

Buy traditional housewares including millet brooms, timber dolly pegs and Falcon and Romanian enamelware at Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores.

Enjoy the great outdoors with a visit to Arc-en-ciel Trout Farm, Sheba Dams, the Two Mile Walk and Peel River Walk.

Join the locals to shop for home baked, home made and home grown goods at Nundle Craft Inc.

Crafters will love a visit to Cottage on the Hill patchwork barn and Nundle Woollen Mill.

Nundle Woollen Mill free tours 11am daily during the June Long Weekend.