But if you’re not sure what to do in Armidale NSW, then don’t worry, because I have listed all the best attractions in the town so you can plan your itinerary with ease.
Some of the sights you’ll see include Booloominbah, a Victorian mansion situated at the University of New England which was the summer house for the White family.
The picturesque driveway leads you through the vineyards to the cellar door for tasting, which is a refurbished stable and overlooks the beautiful garden area with impressive trees to sit amongst, and importantly for our kids to run around.
Tourist Drive 19 is a lovely 86 km half-day loop starting and ending in Armidale.
It’s a picturesque drive, and it’s called Waterfall Way for a reason. It passes incredible nature sites, including Round Mountain – the highest mountain in the region.
Wollomombi Falls are the highest waterfalls in NSW and they plunge 220m over the cliffs into the valley.