Nundle Country Picnic

Location: Nundle Woollen Mill Grounds, Oakenville St, Nundle, NSW

“Paddock to Picnic”, local producers, fashion, and live music headline at Nundle Country Picnic @ Nundle Woollen Mill

Nundle Events & Groups collaborating with local businesses and producers will present delicious food, live local music, and new season winter fashion to make for an idyllic Sunday afternoon at the annual Nundle Country Picnic in the grounds of the Nundle Woollen Mill from 12 noon to 3pm on Sunday 18th April 2021.

The event is a fixture on the Nundle calendar and welcomes visitors to spend the afternoon relaxing in the lush gardens of Nundle Woollen Mill grounds.

The 2021 event introduces the inaugural partnership with the welcoming of the Tamworth Regional Landcare Association.  Lana Andrews, Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator says “Supporting the Nundle Country Picnic is a thrill assist this local Community event and showcase local farmers, producers and how they get their product to your plate, or in this case, to your Picnic box!”   This event is supported by Tamworth Regional Landcare Association through the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.

Local caterer’s and business owners, Teresa Eather & Danielle Douglas are catering for the event and will serve a 2 course Picnic lunch consisting of a gourmet picnic box filled with scrumptious locally sourced produce, including Danielle’s locally produced lamb.


Local Nundle Roasted Pulled Lamb Sliders on Brioche with Homemade Slaw and local Nundle Tomato Chutney, served with Roasted Seasonal Vegetable Rice & Quinoa Salad and Heirloom Tomato and Greens Salad. Finished off with Individual Cheesecake with Rhubarb & Strawberry Coulis and Peel Valley Dollop Cream.

Nundle Woollen Mill and boutique Sacs on Jenkins will showcase new season fashions on offer in a parade featuring local models.  Live Music from Nundle singer/songwriter Jeff Gibson whom will bring original rootsy folk from three albums to the afternoon plus popular covers.  “Gibbo” will be supported by the addition of local Nundle Cellist, Jackson Worley.

Teree Burr from Nundle Events & Groups, a boutique Destination and Event management Company recently launched in Nundle, says “we hope to invite some of our local producers supplying us for the menu so the guests at the picnic have the opportunity to engage with the farmers and their product and hear their story”.

The cost of the event including, live music, fashion parade and two-course lunch is Adults $42.50, Children 12 and under $12.50.  BYO beverages, shade, chair or picnic rug.  Pre purchase of tickets available from Sticky Tickets, click below link.   (bookings and ticket purchases essential before 5pm Friday, 16th April please). General admission (without lunch menu) Adult $7.50, Kids $3 or Family ticket $20 to be purchased at the gate only.

We will be a COVID safe event and ask all guests to checkin on arrival using the Service NSW App and QR code displayed at the entry.  Please use hand sanitiser and follow social distancing rules. If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend. (If you have visited a nominated “hot spot” or venue considered a close contact of a recent COVID case we ask you to stay home and follow Government Health Guidelines).

Tickets are non-refundable, however in the event of a NSW Health Government order and restrictions change or a “Force Majeure” closing down the Event, a refund will be offered for the ticket price, less Ticket Reseller Sticky Tickets Administration Fees.

For further information telephone Teree Burr @ Nundle Events & Groups, 0409616046 or email

** (Gluten free options and non-lamb and vegetarian options available, must be requested at the time of booking and will not be available on the day unless pre-ordered. Bookings and ticket purchases essential before 5pm Friday, 16th April please).


Preview winter fashion new arrivals in a parade by Nundle Woollen Mill and Sacs on Jenkins 

Live music by singer songwriter Jeff Gibson supported by local Cellist, Jackson Worley

Two-course Picnic lunch catered by local caterers using locally sourced produce

Meet the local farming producers and hear their story of how their produce gets to your Picnic Box.  Please bring your own shade, chair or picnic blanket

Ticket purchases and dietary requests essential by 5pm Friday 16th April 2021 please.