Events in New England High Country

Part of discovering the best of what New England has to offer is experiencing the myriad of events, festivals, shows and markets the region frequently play host to.

From the Lamb and Potato Festival to Minerama or the Australian Celtic Festival, there's never a dull moment to be had!

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Glen Innes, New South Wales, 2370
Join them for a mid winter, Christmas in July celebration. Enjoy a three-course festive plated meal (with choices) and all the trimmings. All guests will also receive a glass of French sparkling on arrival and enjoy live entertainment throughout the eve
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Guyra, New South Wales, 2365
Guyra’s three day TroutFest coincides with the Trout Season opening in streams and dams of Guyra and the New England. Held in the heart of Guyra at the Mother of Ducks Lagoon, fishing activities include a children’s clinic on fishing essentials culmina
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Glen Innes, New South Wales, 2370
The Glen Innes Races is an annual event in which the Glen Innes Cup takes place. Over 1400 metres, the cup is a significant sporting event in Glen Innes and around the surrounding districts. The cup is a much anticipated event that brings both punters a
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Armidale, New South Wales, 2350
The Duval Dam Buster Trail Run (DDB) consists of four trail running events within the Mt Duval and Dumaresq Dam areas near Armidale, New South Wales. With an elevation of 1400 metres above sea level, Mt Duval is one of the highest peaks in the area, dom
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Armidale, New South Wales, 2350
An exhibition of over 60 works will display artwork developed during the lockdown period by New England artists at the Armidale Art Gallery. Works will be accompanied by an artists statement or a poem about what this period has meant to them and how this
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Armidale, New South Wales, 2350
Musica Viva Armidale and New England Conservatorium of Music are pleased to present the Goldmund Quartet in Armidale during their debut Australian Tour. The Goldmund Quartet, formed by violinists Florian Schötz and Pinchas Adt, violist Christoph Vandory