Spectacular scenery, steeped in history – explore the Uralla Shire and find experiences to suit every taste.
From camping to pubs, motels and luxurious B&Bs, the towns and villages of the Uralla Shire cater to a range of travellers who come seeking adventure or rest and reflection.
Shop for beautiful wares in the main street of Uralla, enjoy delicious meals in one of the local restaurants or cafes or enjoy locally grown produce straight from the farm.
Travel back in time as you step into historic museums, admire unique heritage-listed buildings or marvel at ancient places such as the rock-art adorned caves of Mt Yarrowyck.
Hike, ride or drive to experience natural landscapes that will take your breath away.
Uralla Shire offers a four-seasons climate with comfortable summers, rich autumn colours, lively springs and winters perfect for snuggling up to a fire.
With a welcoming community and warm country hospitality, the Uralla Shire will quickly become your home away from home.
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• Heritage Walk, Soundtrail and Aniwan Cultural Collection Take a tour through historic Uralla and liste...
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