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Lots of beautiful heritage buildings, great scenery
Winter is cold
In a nutshell
A different landscape with interesting granite outcrops
The restaurant is actually part of the New England Club and is situated right across the road from a lovely park......well, it was lovely until the drought hit but, late in 2007 the rains came and now it's all nice again. All of which has nothing to do with the food you can get here which sets a bit of a standard in the town.
Written Dec 21, 2007
Address: 96 West Avenue
The best option to go to Glen Innes is in your own car ! You will find a lot of parking-spaces along all streets in town, you just have to be carefully watching out for potholes, as you can see in my pictures here !
I had heavy rainfalls during my stay, and in such a case it could happen that parts of the roads are flooded, so watch the weather-forecast, or ask at the tourist-information before you start driving overlands !
Written Mar 16, 2012
Favorite thing: Surprised I haven't put this in before, he wrote about 5 years after the original pages I entered.
This is a stream that drops around 317m over its 76km length before it reaches the Severn River but, at one spot it crosses the beneath the Gwydir Highway east of Glen Innes.
Fondest memory: Here there's a delightful spot to park and maybe have a picnic beside some pools that have been formed in the granite. Spring when the wildflowers bloom is a particularly nice time. There's lots of insect and animal life around and on a pleasant day it's a delight just to be there.
I hope some of the pictures show that.
Written Dec 31, 2011