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Glen Innes Driving Tour

Standing Stones
Parklands
Railway Station
Church
Showground

Glen Innes Driving Tour

152 Church St, Glen Innes, New South Wales 2370

(02) 6730 2400

tourism@gisc.nsw.gov.au

www.gleninneshighlands.com

Grab your car, bike or motorcycle and head off from the Visitor Information Centre where you can grab a traditional brochure or download the free Heritage Tour app via our free WIFI. Then you’re off to the first stop, the Australian Standing Stones, our main tourist attraction and the site of the annual Australian Celtic Festival. You’ll then drive on to see the Glen Innes Showgrounds which has been in continual use for 140 years and one of the few remaining showgrounds that retain a full suite of architect-designed, Federation style show buildings clustered around the central arena. Continue to explore the historic churches with their beautiful gardens, schools, parks and the beautiful Railway station and finish at the Land of the Beardies History House Museum. Tour: 19 places Time: 1.5 hours Length: 9.3 km

Tours

Grab your car, bike or motorcycle and head off from the Visitor Information Centre where you can grab a traditional brochure or download the free Heritage Tour app via our free WIFI. Then you’re off to the first stop, the Australian Standing Stones, our main tourist attraction and the site of the annual Australian Celtic Festival. You’ll then drive on to see the Glen Innes Showgrounds which has been in continual use for 140 years and one of the few remaining showgrounds that retains a full suite of architect-designed, Federation style show buildings clustered around the central arena. Continue to explore the historic churches with their beautiful gardens, schools, parks and the beautiful Railway station and finish at the Land of the Beardies History House Museum. Heritage Tour App (Apple) or Heritage Tour App (Android) Tour: 19 places Time: 1.5 hours Length: 9.3 km

Facilities

  • Carpark
  • Family Friendly
  • Public Toilet
  • Self-drive Tour
  • Walking and Biking Tours

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.