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Nestled at the picturesque foot of the Great Dividing Range, Nundle has something for everyone.  It offers a delightful mix of quality textiles, fascinating history and stunning natural vistas.  If you are seeking the tranquil beauty of the river, the fresh mountain air and the breath taking scenery of the plateau or bush walking, gold fossicking and trout fishing - you will find it in Nundle.

Steeped in history, Nundle achieves something rare. It maintains its heritage of the gold era of the late 1800's and yet it is progressing into the next millennia with well-maintained facilities for golf, tennis, bowls and swimming.

Try your luck at fossicking, visit a mining museum, browse for antiques, or take a picnic at Hanging Rock.

Almost everything about Nundle is quaint and tinged with nostalgia. From grazing to textiles, industry in Nundle is generally based on timeless tradition that is supported by technology yet remaining largely unchanged. The intriguing mix of boutique stores and antique collections, the earthy, country charm of Nundle offers a perfect mix of simplicity and style.

One of the best known enterprises in the district is the Nundle Woollen Mill where visitors can view the process of making good, old-fashioned spools (and balls) of wool in a rainbow of rich colours and natural shades.The former horse paddock on the bank of Oakenville Creek was transformed in the year 2000 with the construction of the mill, with the premises purpose-built to house machinery that is up to 100-years-old.  Visitors are encouraged to take a wander through the premises where they will be afforded a view of the factory floor showing the machinery used in opening the wool fibres, carding, spinning, plying, hanking, dyeing, coning and balling. 

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The Nundle Visitor Information Centre is part of the network of accredited visitor information centres Open every day, there is a wide selection of guides, maps, itineraries and information as well as the Gil Bennet Gem and Mineral Collection.    

For further information on Nundle:
Visit www.nundle.com.au or contact our Visitor Infomation Centre  (02) 6769 3026 which is open daily 9.00am to 4.00pm.

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