FRESH, vibrant and inviting is the bustling regional centre, drawing many visitors each year for its diversity of natural, historic and cultural attractions. Located on the western edge of the New England Tablelands, Inverell has a fantastic climate, warmer then some New England Towns, but still experiencing distinct seasons together with cool winters.
With a burgeoning commercial and service sector, the Central Business District is a leader in retail and industry in the New England & North West Region. The town centre showcases a balance of modern and traditional shop fronts with delicate precision. The district incorporates a very productive rural sector with beef cattle, sheep and horticulture thriving on the rich soils.
The township has a population of 12,000 and is nestled in a picturesque valley with the Macintyre River flowing through the township. Inverell’s Celtic background is very noticeable throughout the Shire with many memorials dedicated to the original white settlers. Inverell is Gaelic for “Meeting place of the swans”.
The Sapphire City as Inverell is known allows the fossicker to find the glint of a sapphire picked from a muddy wash in various locations and other gems & minerals. Many varied attractions include, Transport Museum, Pioneer Village, Winery & Vineyards, Woodturning.
Local Produce such as the Olive Industry, National Parks, Arts & Crafts, Fishing, Recreational use at Copeton & Pindari Dams, Family History, Museums and much more.
For further information on Inverell:
visit www.inverell.com.au or contact our Visitor Infomation Centre.