Things to see and do check out

Enjoy exploring Nundle’s boutique businesses, including high profile Nundle Woollen Mill, Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, three antiques stores, Jenkins Street Antiques and Fine China, Ratters Flat Antiques, Nundle Country Trader, art spaces Nundle Art Gallery and Stormcrow Studio, and Nundle Natural Skin Solutions.

Neighbouring the guest house is quintessential Australian pub, The Peel Inn, listed among Australia’s Top 10 beer gardens, which features local produce on its daily lunch and dinner menus. Other Nundle must-do experiences are the Mount Misery Gold Mine Café and Museum, Machina Coffee and Donuts, Café Nundle on the Park, weekend Nundle Craft Shoppe, Nundle Sport and Recreation Club Inc (Friday night takeaway and Saturday Bistro), Arc-en-ciel Trout Farm, and Nundle Court House Museum (weekends) and Gil Bennet Gem and Mineral Collection.

See for upcoming Nundle events including live music at Toni Swain’s The Supper Room, Country at The DAG Sheep Station and Nundle Rocks during Tamworth Country Music Festival in January, and Hats Off to Country at The DAG in July, Nundle Country Picnic (March), and Nundle Go For Gold Chinese Easter Festival. Other authentic country annual events are The Great Nundle Dog Race (first Sunday in May), Nundle Campdraft (September) and Nundle CWA Art Show (November).

To enjoy nature, join the Nundle Bushwalkers on the first Saturday of the month at 9.30am at the Log Cabin Picnic Area, Hanging Rock, stroll the River Walk along the Peel River established by Nundle CWA, try gold panning or fossicking, or swimming, fishing, kayaking and bird watching at nearby Chaffey Dam or Sheba Dams, Hanging Rock.