Outdoor adventurers will fall in love with the combined 80km of scenic trails, ideal for hiking, mountain biking and birdwatching. Visitors can also enjoy kayaking and canoeing.
The national monument was officially opened in 1992 and honours Celtic people, both past and present. The stones are home to many celebrations throughout the year, including the annual Australian Celtic Festival in May.
• Scenic Country Drive
Take Tourist Drive 11, a picturesque loop through lush New England farmland, departing from Glen Innes and passing through the smaller historic villages of Emmaville and Deepwater.
• Take a Heritage Tour
Glen Innes boasts over 60 heritage buildings in its town centre. Download the Heritage Walk brochure or pick up a copy from the visitor centre to discover their history and stories.
• Boutique Shopping and Country Hospitality
Glen Innes is home to a range of boutique stores, cafes, restaurants and pubs that showcase the best of the town’s local produce and welcoming hospitality.