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Tourist Information Centre

Campbell Street, PO Box 138, Inverell 2360

Hours 9am  - 5pm  Mon - Fri
9am - 12 midday Sat - Sun
phone (02) 6728  8161  fax (02) 6728 8166

Toll Free  1800 067 626


website: Inverell On-Line

Inverell Shire Council

Lake Inverell

Adventure Tours

Inverell Attractions

Inverell Accommodation

Walking Tracks at Inverell

Goonoowigall - Inverell NSW Australia

Inverell's Bushwalking Club

Cranky Rock at Warialda

Cranky Rock at Warialda

 Gawura Gallery - Glen Innes

The Old Convent Gardens  - Guyra NSW

Fountains  Statues  Pedestals  Sun Dials

Statues & Fountains - The Old Convent Gardens  - Guyra NSW

Outdoor Furniture - The Old Convent Gardens - Guyra NSW

Exotic Animals  Birds and Reptiles  Gargoyles  Fantasy Figures
Dinosaurs    Artifacts   Cast Iron   Marble

Great Place to visit!

The Old Convent Gardens Guyra NSW

The New England Highway next to the Catholic Church Guyra NSW

Yesterday's Glory Today!

Phone: 02 6779 2216


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 Inverell's River Walk

The River Walk

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Your information guide to Northern NSW, AUSTRALIA

Northern NSW

Ceramic Break Sculpture Park

Artist in Residence:

Bronze sculptor
Kerry Cannon




Phone/Fax: 6729 4147


Ceramic Break Sculpture Park features:

3 Stylish Galleries with Sculptures & Artwork for sale.

1 Gallery features a mezzanine with an art library where visitors can sit & relax while browsing through art books.

Enjoy our Sculpture walk in glorious bush setting

Meet our life size Allosaur & his friends

Buses and Caravans welcome.

Bring a ceramic to smash on the Ceramic Break Track

 YouTube Video


Kerry Cannon, the owner of the park, contemplates the sorry state of world affairs while cleaning monumental sculptures on the Parade of Heroes. Video also shows the stylish art Galleries at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park..

Brochure / Flyer PDF

Opening Hours:
10 AM to 5 PM
Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun
By Appointment

 Entry: $5 Adults     $1 young adults under 15

March to Mid December
By Appointment


Your information guide to Northern NSW, AUSTRALIA


If your tour group or club is interested in a Didgeridoo demonstration and performance
at New England Woodturning Supplies. Click here for the
Also a Museum of Wooden Oddities to browse. Wooden Giftware.


Copeton Waters State Park

Copeton Dam


  A 900 hectare recreational and adventure playground


Inverell Attractions

New England Estate Wines

Gilgai  Vineyards

McILVEEN Lookout

Goonoowigall Reserve
Goonoowigall State Conservation Area - Inverell NSW Australia 

Goonoowigall ReserveTrack to Thunderbolts Rock - Goonoowigall - Inverell

Draught Horse Centre

Inverell Transport Museum

Inverell's Transport Museum

  Green Valley Farm - Tingha

Gwydir Ranch Park


Macintyre Falls

The Sapphire City - Inverell NSW

Inverell is situated on the Macintyre River in the centre of the New England Tablelands. It is 590 metres above sea level, 689 kilometres by road from Sydney, 437 kilometres from Brisbane and only a short drive to the popular mid and northern coastline of Australia. The town is situated on the Gwydir Highway which connects Western New South Wales with the Eastern seaboard.

The Shire of Inverell covers an area of 8,623 square kilometres of rich farm and grazing land, including large mineral deposits, particularly tin and sapphires. The Northern Tablelands are blessed with superb weather conditions, cool nights and long sunny days.

Inverell has a population of 10,000 people while the commercial centre services a target area estimated to reach 60,000 people, drawing from as far away as Southern Queensland.

The Inverell district holds a fascination of its own - from the splendour of rural scenery to the glint of a sapphire picked from a muddy wash. To find out more about the tourist attractions listed above use the link to

    Inverell On-line.


Sinclair park - Inverell and District Bicentennial Memorial

Sinclair Park - Inverell


Pioneer Village Inverell



Is this Australia's answer to Stonehenge?

The Standing Stones - Glen Innes NSW Australia


Centennial Park
Glen Innes
Northern NSW


 Made up of 18 giant granite monoliths, The Australian Standing Stones consists of a circle of 24 stones, representing the 24 hours of the day, together with three central stones, four cardinal stones marking true north, east, west and south, and another seven stones in solar alignments.
Looking down from above, if you draw a line from the north cardinal stone to the south cardinal stone, and from the east cardinal stone to the west cardinal stone, you create a cross intersecting within the circle. This is the Celtic or Ionic Cross, the symbol of the Celtic Christian Church which arose in Ireland in the 5th century AD. This symbol is still in common use in Australia today, and is incorporated to indicate
The Australian Standing Stones, unlike stone circles of antiquity, were erected in Christian times.

 Australian Standing Stones - view of Glen Innes

The Australian Celtic Festival is held at the Australian Standing Stones over the first weekend
of May each year

The Crofters Cottage - Standing Stones Glen Innes

The Crofters Cottage Glen Innes

Open 7 days
Morning and Afternoon Teas - Lunch  
Celtic Fare and modern cafe cuisine. Celtic jewellery and gifts. Range of tartan products. Orders Taken. Kilt making by arrangement.
Bus and group bookings welcome.
phone/ Fax (02)  6732 5668

More info on the Standing Stones


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