A picturesque hamlet on the Peel River.
Nestled on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range in the breathtaking Peel Valley lies the charming little town of Nundle.
Home to just 300 people, Nundle is perched scenically atop the banks of the Peel River, where fossickers can try their luck searching for gold.
Not one to be outshone by its big brother 50km to the north, Tamworth, Nundle punches well above its weight when it comes to warm country hospitality, quirky events and a vibrant sense of community.
It’s home to the famous Peel Inn, a grand historic pub with an award-winning beer garden overlooking the Peel Valley, while the main street is dotted with boutique shops including the fabulous, vine-clad Odgers and McClelland Exchange Store which sells rustic, country style home wares.
And not to be forgotten is the annual Nundle Dog Race, which draws visitors of the two- and four-legged variety from far and wide, and the Nundle Go for Gold Festival, which should interest most people with this guide in their hands. Nundle also plays host to a program of events that run as part of the renowned Tamworth Country Music Festival.
Add to the mix the an historic wool mill, a trout farm and a fantastic array of accommodation, from scenic campsites to boutique bed and breakfasts, and you’ve got a destination sure to keep the whole family happy.