Armidale is the country’s highest city (1000 metres) and offers a diverse range of things to do and see for people of all ages.
The region prides itself with magical waterfalls, UNESCO World Heritage-listed national parks, endless vineyards and spectacular gorges. A cool climate and rich cultural heritage add more charm to this gorgeous destination which gets thronged by tourists all throughout the year.
The city is home to the University of New England which is the first university to have been located outside a capital city. Some of the popular attractions here include Point Lookout which offers majestic views of the Heritage-listed rainforest of New England National Park, Pioneer Cottage and Museum which is home to a variety of historical buildings as ancient as the 1860s and Armidale Railway Museum.
The adventure enthusiasts can pamper themselves with activities like hiking, mountain biking, and bushwalking. You can also explore the gorges and waterfalls along the Waterfall Way and enjoy serene picnic hideaways.