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June 3, 2022
A visit to Glen Innes Highlands truly allows you to experience four distinct seasons. The last of the autumn leaves are now falling and we're preparing to embrace the cooler climate upon us. Experiencing winter high up on the tablelands is a truly heart-warming experience. Think cosy fireplaces, warm country hospitality, big starry night skies and crisp misty mornings. Cooler temperatures also make for the perfect opportunity to get outdoors and explore during the days. Or if a slower pace is more to your liking, discover local galleries and creative spaces, markets, homey cafés and restaurants.
Nature offers something different through all of the seasons and is rewarding in so many ways. Winter is a great time to get off the beaten track and adventure into our beautiful national parks and nature reserves around the region. Learn more
Take a scenic drive through our picturesque villages around the region to see unique spaces and places, taking in the ever-changing landscape surrounding you. Often, this is the way you'll discover hidden gems that make for lasting memories. Learn more
Visit the Land of the Beardies History House Museum and the Emmaville Mining Museum to delve into fascinating local history that will transport you to yesteryear, leaving you in awe of the tremendous efforts by locals to allow for such extensive and informative collections that preserve our history. Learn more
Arts and crafts scene is thriving in Glen Innes Highlands. Discover galleries, artists, crafts stores, antiques, museums and unique treasures. Local markets also provide the opportunity to find something special to take home for yourself or a loved one. Learn more
Unwind during your stay with good old-fashioned country hospitality and creature comforts. Glen Innes Highlands offers an abundance of dining options and local produce to enjoy during your stay. Learn more
Glen Innes Highlands has many accommodation options to suit all budgets, from the humble motel to the luxurious bed & breakfast and secluded farm stay. There’s also a great range of caravan parks and some free camping areas. Find accommodation
Sat 4 Jun 10.00am to 3.00pm The Makers Shed, 123 Grey Street, Glen Innes Create a 30-centimetre drum-shaped fabric lampshade to brighten your space or gift to someone special.
Sat 11 June From 9.00am 357 Grey Street, Glen Innes (behind Coles) Come along to this great community market and meet local stallholders who grow, make, create, and bake. Hot food and coffee available.
Until 24 Jun 10.00am to 4.00pm Mon to Fri; 10.00am to 1.00pm Sat Glen Innes Art Gallery, 71 Grey Street, Glen Innes An exhibition of works portraying anything edible or that needs the earth to grow.
Sat 11 Jun to Fri 29 Jul 10.00am to 4.00pm Mon to Fri; 10.00am to 1.00pm Sat Glen Innes Art Gallery, 71 Grey Street, Glen Innes Works by Mike Gilbert, Raelene Watson and Peter Grimes.
Sat 25 Jun 10.00am to 4.00pm The Makers Shed, 123 Grey Street, Glen Innes Be guided through the silversmithing process from designing your piece through to cutting, soldering, heating, cold-connecting, fold-forming, bezel-setting and polishing.
Hand-spun, dyed and woven locally by Carmel Yeomans using 100% natural fibre, this unique fuschia coloured scarf is perfect for winter. $80 Shop now!
Locally turned and poker-worked, these unique spurtles made locally by Terry Pickham are for stirring porridge. $19 Shop now!
Locally grown olives by Tom and Judy Hartmann from their Frantoio and Leccino olive trees. $14 Shop now!
Hand-painted by local aboriginal artist, Adele Chapman-Burgess. $82 Shop now!
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