Local Attractions and Accomodation


Nundle and Hanging Rock

Arc-en-Ciel Trout Farm is 20 minutes from the delightful village of Nundle. Hanging Rock and Nundle became famous in the mid 1800's when gold was discovered in the hills. The current population of about 80 in Hanging Rock is a long way from the almost 10 000 that lived here during the gold rush of the late 1800's.


A visit to Nundle and Hanging Rock is a must. There's a lot to do for all ages and there is a good selection of quality accomodation in Nundle.


The best way to visit Nundle online is via this link to Nundle.com.au


Birches Bed and Breakfast - Nundle's luxury accomodation with spa baths, original artworks and tasteful, homely decor, you can endulge in taking a few days off your busy schedule.

Fossicker's Tourist Park - van, tent and cabin accomodation on the banks of the Peel River


Hills of Gold Motel - situated in the centre of Nundle, spotlessly appointed and friendly service.

The Peel Inn - built in 1860 and run by 4 generations the local watering hole and period hotel rooms

The Dag - Located a few kms out of Nundle on 70 acres - accomodation for groups and events.





Mt Misery Goldmine Cafe - Coffee, delicious meals and an underground mineshaft tour

Nundle Woollen Mill - fully operational woollen mill producing yarns and socks - beautiful merchandise!

Odgers & McClelland Exchange Stores - quality merchandise, things for foodies and a delight to browse in

Cottage on the Hill Patchwork Store - Nationally renowned, Kerry Swain holds workshops in patchwork quilting.

Nuindle Friendly Grocer -  - a general store with friendly service T 02 6769 3000

Nundle Visitor Information Centre and gemstone collection T 02 6769 3029

Sacs on Jenkins - hot little fashion outlet in Jenkins Street Nundle.