|Catholic and Anglican Cathedrals||1 min|
|New England Conservatorium of
|Armidale City Centre||2 min|
|Railway Station||2 min|
|TAS - The Armidale School||2 min|
|New England Girls School (NEGS)||5 min|
|Armidale Airport||8 min|
|University of New England||8 min|
|Saumarez Homestead||10 min|
Towns Near By
180 Dangar Street
Armidale, NSW 2350 [map]
Phone: (02) 6772 6226
To Stay With Us
|FREE WiFi Internet with great reception|
|All rooms are non-smoking|
|All rooms are air conditioned|
|Inground saltwater swimming pool|
|Room service breakfast daily|
|Evening meals Monday to Thursday served to your room|
|Free Foxtel and flat screen TV|
|Close to hospitals|
|Great friendly atmosphere|
While in Armidale you wouldn’t want to miss the thrill of the altitude of the New England with so many stunning national parks to explore as well as Oxley Wild Rivers, Guy Fawkes River and Cathedral Rock to name just a few.
Add to that the must see waterfalls, including Wollomombi Falls, Ebor Falls, Dangars Falls, Apsley Falls, Baker’s Creek Falls and Tia Falls and it’s hard to know where to start. (Photo courtesy of Drew Hopper)
Armidale has a rich and colourful indigenous and colonial history that can be discovered by exploring the New England and its inspiring stories of the earliest Aboriginal inhabitants, Chinese gold diggers, European explorers and bushrangers.
Our heritage buildings are breathtaking and well worth you’re time to visit. They include Saumarez Homestead, Booloominbah, which is located in the heart of The University of New England(UNE), St Mary’s and St Joseph’s Catholic Cathedral and St Peters Anglican Cathedral. The visitor’s centre offers a free guided heritage tour daily, bookings are essential.
Armidale is renowned for its Art and Culture. At the UNE there are museums and collections embracing art, classical archaeology, local history, rare books and much more. New England Regional Art museum is only a short walk along with the old teachers college that is now home to the New England Concervatorium. There’s always something inspirational going on in the region’s museums and galleries and on any number of stages and screens.
Armidale offers delicious locally grown produce and award winning cold climate wines. Much of the food grown here finds its way from “pasture to plate” and onto the tables of the many diverse local eateries. There are more than 20 cellar doors open to visitors and the winemakers are on hand to introduce their wines and chat for hours.
These are only just a few of the attractions that Armidale has to offer. There is also the excellence in education that is second to none in the country. The University of New England is one of several institutions in the region with an enviable reputation. Independent and public schools are also known for their outstanding programs and the heritage buildings of The Armidale School, New England Girls School, O’Connor Catholic College and Armidale High School are an attraction on their own.