5 Must-Do Experiences in Tenterfield

• Bald Rock

Dare to climb the southern hemisphere’s largest exposed granite monolith and you will be rewarded with magnificent 360-degree views over the surrounding bushland.

• Tenterfield Saddler

The Tenterfield Saddler operated for over 100 years and was immortalised by Tenterfield-born Aussie legend, Peter Allen, in his song Tenterfield Saddler. The saddlery was also regularly visited by Banjo Patterson during his time in Tenterfield during the early 1900s.

• Tenterfield’s Rich History and Heritage

Visit Sir Henry Parkes School of Arts Museum, Tenterfield Railway Museum and Centenary Cottage Museum to explore this town’s history. Download the Soundtrails app for an immersive audio experience set to your own pace (allow around one hour).

• Mount Mackenzie Drive and Lookout

Mount Mackenzie Drive (Tourist Drive 9) will take you past marvellous Granite Country formations including Doctors Nose, Little Bald Rock and Draining Rock. For a full experience, pack a picnic to enjoy at Mount Mackenzie Lookout.

• Boutique Shops, Cafes, Restaurants and Country Clubs

There are plenty of opportunities to taste your way around Tenterfield discovering local food, wine, beer and other delicacies.

Discover more things to see and do in Tenterfield at the Tenterfield Visitor Information Centre
157 Rouse Street, Tenterfield NSW
(02) 6736 1082

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.