What's on in Guyra, New England Region NSW
The rural servive town and tourist hub of Guyra is located in the New England and North West Region in northern New South Wales. The township is established about half way between Glen Innes and Armidale and is about 535 km north-west from Sydney. Guyra is pleasantly positioned besides Mother of Ducks Lagoon in the remnants of a crater of a long extinct volcano. The shoreline of the lagoon offers a delightful array of facilities are attractions including picnic spots, a delightful golf course and a wetland viewing platform. The Guyra locality has long been renowned for its beef, sheep, potatoes and wool. A number of new enterprises have developed in the last couple of years, including aquaculture, flowers, nursery products and bulbs, angora rabbits, construction supplies and electronics. There
are a huge variety of enticements, entertainment, events, amusements and tourist activities in Guyra district, including: # Birdwatching at Mother of Ducks Lagoon# Bushwalking and nature appreciation in Guy Fawkes River National Park and the Cathedral Rocks and Ebor Falls National Park # Trout angling in the local rivers, creeks and waterways # The Guyra Antique Machinery Museum # The Lamb and Potato Festival held in January every year # The famous and thrilling Guyra Rodeo held in November # See the wonderful array of wading birds at the famous Little Llangothlin Nature Reserve # Smiths Museum # The Guyra and District Historical Museum.
What's to See and Do in Armidale - Attractions, Activities
Guide to local wineries in Armidale District