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Uralla

This is the land of the Anaiwan People and "Uralla" means ceremonial meeting place. The Aboriginal history of this area dates back at least 5000 years. Aborigines are proud participants of a vibrant Indigenous culture of artists, professionals and Elders and welcome tourists to discover their past and enjoy the feeling of their place.

Uralla is right on the highway and is situated 501km north of Sydney on the New England Highway and 485km south of Brisbane on the Cunningham/New England Highway. One may arrive in this extraordinary town and not want to leave, or not leave the same way they came. With Armidale airport just 22km to the north and a helicopter at your service, it's not hard to do it in style.

Uralla is a classic Australian country village with fabulous fresh and hearty dining, bakeries and cafés, to tempt and satisfy the hungry traveller. For the enquiring visitor, there is an antiquarian bookshop, galleries and boutique wool fashion to while away a relaxing day in town. Step into adventure and take the kids (or your good self) fossicking for gold, or a gem or two, or take a scenic drive to one of our amazing attractions, such as, Thunderbolt's grave, Gostwyck Chapel or Dangar's Falls.

Discover our lovely surrounding villages where you will most certainly find charm; Kentucky, Invergowrie, Kingstown and Bundarra boast natural attractions, heritage, en route cool climate wineries, B&B's, riverside camping and with so much to discover, a sense of having really been somewhere. New England cool climate wine cellar doors are in almost any direction. You will be surprised by what you find in Uralla.

 

Uralla' Unique Market
Pioneer Park – opposite the Uralla Visitors’ Centre 9 am – 1 pm. Usually 4th Saturday in the month.
Mount Mutton views
The name Mount Mutton was acquired early in the 1800s when the village had to grow its own produce. There are two hills in the township the other being called Mount Beef. When the domestic animals were released for feed in the local area the sheep would gravitate to Mount Mutton and the cattle to Mount Beef! Thus these two hills acquired their specific titles.