Like the Scottish Highlands, the main hallmarks to visit the Glen Innes highlands in the NSW are the memorable vistas and lovely hospitality. If you are willing to visit this place, you have made the right decision. There are lots of things to do in this place.
Glen Innes is famous for its countryside, highways, country roads and spectacular views. One of our favourite drives is the Ben Lomond Drive which takes you south of Glen Innes with some very appetising refreshment stops on the way!
Dine like a Scot and be entertained in style at the Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill during the Australian Celtic Festival.
Bird Watching in the Glen Innes Highlands
The Glen Innes Highlands is a wonderful place to enjoy a diverse range of birdwatching. The great thing about staying at the Rest Point Motor Inn is you have a comfortable place to stay after a long day out with the […]
The Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill transforms into the Palace of Versailles
So, who is your favourite character in Outlander? Is it Claire Fraser or the dashing kilted Jamie? Or perhaps you are more inclined to the dark side and fancy yourself as an evil ‘Black Jack’ Randall?
The Glen Innes Highlands – World Heritage neighbours in our own backyard
Washpool and Gibraltar Range national parks are neighbours and what they have in common is they are both beautiful places to visit and, like the Pyramids of Egypt, they also share World Heritage listing.
- Washpool National Park […]
Four big nights of entertainment over the Australian Celtic Festival
We love the Australian Celtic Festival and are we are very excited about this year’s festival. The Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill will be presenting four big nights of entertainment during the festival. Each evening will begin at 7pm […]
Washpool National Park
One of the wonderful things about Glen Innes is that it is a great place to make your base while you explorer the New England region. You can head north to Tenterfield and Emmaville, south to Armidale, west to Inverell and east to two incredible […]
Dates for your diary – Events in 2018
Every year in the Glen Innes calendar there are some key signature events. It is only early January, but time moves quickly so it is always best to be prepared. Glen Innes can get very busy over these weekends, so […]
The Glen Innes Highlands – so many reasons to visit
There are so many reasons to come, visit and stay in the Glen Innes Highlands. Glen Innes is located 1,062 metres above sea level and as a destination it is blessed with four distinct seasons. One of the […]